U.S. National Parks

There are 59 National Parks throughout the United States, and we plan to see them all.

But why? What makes our National Parks so great?

Well, besides being protected lands for 100 years, the U.S. National Parks cover over 84 million acres of our country’s diverse landscapes and ecosystems (i.e. they’re beautiful).  The National Park Service works to protect the plants and animals that inhabit these areas, while also preserving cultural values that impacted these environments, as well as educating the nearly 300 million visitors that explore the parks each year.

We can all hike, camp, learn and explore these national treasures in our own backyard. Which one will be your next adventure?


East Region


Pacific West Region



We do not have posts for everyplace we have been, but if you’d like to discuss other parks we’ve visited, please feel free to reach out about the following:

  • Acadia
  • Death Valley
  • Grand Teton
  • Great Smoky Mountains
  • Haleakala
  • Joshua Tree
  • Mount Rainier
  • North Cascades
  • Olympic
  • Redwood
  • Rocky Mountain
  • Shenandoah
  • U.S. Virgin Islands