National Parks

Showing The Kids How The West Was Won: A Wild Western Family Road Trip - Western Family Road Trip Guide to National Parks including Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Rocky Mountain National Park. This post has everything you need to plan a road trip with the kids! Itinerary, what to see, what to do, where to stay, and where to eat! ****************** Wild West Road Trip | Western Road Trip | National Parks with kids | Wild West Adventure | Wanderlust | Western US Road Trip | Grand Teton with Kids | Yellowstone with Kids | Rocky Mountain National Park with Kids | Cody Wyoming with kids| Cody Rodeo | Ft. Collins Colorado with kids | Buffalo Bill Center of the West | Cody Hotel | Cody Nite Rodeo | Chief Joseph Highway | Wilderness Connection | Gardiner Montana | Continental Divide | Old Faithful | United States Serengeti Plain | Buffalo | Jackson Hole Wyoming with kids | National Parks road trip | National Parks with kids
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Showing The Kids How The West Was Won: A Wild Western Family Road Trip

The American West is a theme that permeates American art, literature, culture and so much more.   It was with great eagerness we planned a family vacation that threaded us from Jackson Hole, Wyoming through Grand Teton National Park to Yellowstone National Park and across Wyoming to the Rocky Mountain National Park.  This turned out to…

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Exploring National Parks with Nat Geo Kids

Disclosure: I am a National Geographic Kids Insider. All opinions expressed within this post are my own and have not been influenced in any way. If you’re planning a road trip this Summer to any local (or non local) National Parks then let me be the first to recommend helping your children prepare by having…

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Las Vegas, Grand Canyon & Zion National Park: The Classic American Family Road Trip

Close To Everything, Yet A World Away: This road trip has it all. Want a big city? Got it! Imagining a pristine stretch of Route 66? Can do! Craving some time at The Grand Canyon? This’ll get you there. Curious to explore the Navajo Nation? Can’t blame you. Itching to hike at Zion National Park? En…

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Celebrate 100 Years of National Parks

There is no better way to immerse your family in nature and let your kids discover the United States’ amazing diverse untouched landscapes than a visit to one of the country’s more than 84 million acres of National Parks. This year marks 100 years since President Teddy Roosevelt established our National Parks program, and National…

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Jackson Hole: a Treasure in the Summer

Last summer my family and I – including my sister and dad – spent a week together in the West.  We fell in love with Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a true treasure in the summertime. Saddle up, because you’re in for a wild adventure! When we sightsee we don’t go too nuts with our days because…

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Our Week in Big Sky Country

Every summer, our family picks a different focus for our vacation. This summer, the kids wanted to “play in nature and see animals” … so we packed our bags and headed to Jackson Hole, Wyoming! We spent a few days in Teton Village and then drove north through Yellowstone National Park and into Montana. It…

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Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Park Hawaii

During our Hawaiian vacation, one of the most interesting stops on our leisurely drive around the Big Island of Hawaii was our visit to Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Park.  Located on the coast in Kona, this sacred Hawaiian ground was a refuge for ancient Hawaiians avoiding punishment and death for their crimes. Once they arrived on the grounds…

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Document Family Adventures with National Parks Passport

Visiting our National Parks is always an exciting way to see the beauty of the United States as a family.  During my family’s  recent visit to the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park we came across a fun way to document family treks through National Parks with ThePassport® to Your National Parks.  We were so excited about purchasing this…

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A Family Visit to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

In January, while exploring the Big Island of Hawaii we visited Volcanoes National Park with our 4-year-old son, Harry.  From the moment we landed on the Island we began explaining to Harry all about the active eruption of the Kīlauea volcano and how exciting an opportunity we had to visit an active volcano.  He couldn’t wait to check it all…

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