State Parks

  • Selfie Twirls from National Park Trip of Summer 2015

    By / March 20, 2016 / Hikes, National Parks, Outdoors, State Parks

    My selfie twirls compilation of last summer’s trip around American and Canadian National Parks is finished! Each of these videos was all taken between the end of June and the beginning of September, 2015. Check it out: The list of clips are as follows: #1)  Eleven Mile State Park, Colorado Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado #2)  Little… [read more]

  • Texas State Parks App

    By / March 9, 2016 / State Parks, Travel Tips

    A Texas State Parks App just launched called “Texas State Parks Official Guide.” I really like how it is laid out and how efficiently the information is presented. This will be a great tool for anyone wanting to explore Texas Parks. It is free (of course) and doesn’t require a bunch of permissions or anything like… [read more]

  • Eleven Mile State Park, Colorado

    By / July 5, 2015 / Outdoors, State Parks

    I recently went camping in Eleven Mile State Park with a few friends, and I found the park to be a nice outdoor destination that is not too intense for families or beginners to get out and experience some of Colorado’s nature. Located West of Colorado Springs, Colorado, it is only a few hours from Denver, so it makes for… [read more]

  • Hiking in Golden, Colorado

    By / July 1, 2015 / Outdoors, State Parks

    I recently got to hike on a couple trails in Golden, Colorado, which is just a short commute West of Denver, Colorado.   We started at Centennial Cone Park. This is one of the higher trails in the area, with great views and less trees. The flowers were blooming, which gave the hillside a lot… [read more]

  • Crater of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas

    By / June 11, 2015 / Outdoors, State Parks

    The Crater of Diamonds State Park, in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, was a lot of fun… and no, I didn’t find any diamonds. The Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond producing site in the world that is open to the public. The park is about 60 miles Northeast of Texarkana, Texas, and camping is offered starting… [read more]

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