National Parks Map

We are on a mission to visit all 61 National Parks. There are also 117 National Monuments we’d like to visit as we travel all over the USA in our fifth-wheel.

Canada National Parks are also on our bucket list! On this map, you will also find  National Monuments and National Recreational areas and Points of Interest that we have visited.

Legend:
Dark Green – National Parks
Orange – Canada Parks
Light Green – Points of Interest
Blue – National Monuments

 

Gulpha Gorge Campground

Campground Review | Gulpha Gorge | Hot Springs, Arkansas

“National Park Campground” Gulpha Gorge Campground | Hot Springs, Arkansas Gulpha Gorge Campground is the only campground in the Hot Springs National Park we arrived late on Thursday so we had to stay overnight at Walmart. Only one Walmart in town allows for overnight camping. Call ahead to make sure it is allowed. We got up bright and early on Friday to get to the park bright and early to get a site. The campgroundRead More…

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Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park Join us in this episode where we finally make it to Hot Springs Arkansas and Hot Springs National Park. We find refuge in Gulpha Gorge Campground in the National Park and head downtown for some fun. We’ll take you on a bathhouse tour and enjoy a beer bath? Check out the video to see what that’s all about.   Hot Springs National Park in the Middle of Town? Our visit toRead More…

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Yellowstone National Park | Old Faithful in 4K Video | Plus 10 Fun Facts!

Yellowstone National Park Join us in this episode where we journey into Yellowstone National Park on a very brisk fall day, test out our new camera and shoot Old Faithful in 4K. Stick around until the end of the video for details on our winter plans in Quartzsite. There’s a new adventure around every corner so don’t forget to join in over at YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook We appreciate you following along with us. Yellowstone National Park |Read More…

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Glacier National Park | Going to the Sun Road | YouTuber Meetup

Glacier National Park | YouTuber Meetup Join us in this episode where we journey across the “Going to the Sun Road” in Glacier National Park. We take in some breathtaking views and vistas and you’ll never guess who we find along the way. There’s a new adventure around every corner so don’t forget to join in over at YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook We appreciate you following along with us. Glacier National Park | Going to the Sun RoadRead More…

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Journey to Alaska Episode 18 | Glaciers are Melting! | Kenai Fjords National Park

Journey to Alaska Episode 18 Join us in this episode, where we visit a melting glacier and check National Park number 32 off our list. Come along and see for yourself, you won’t believe how quickly this glacier is disappearing. There’s a new adventure around every corner so don’t forget to join in on our Alaska Summer on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook! We appreciate you following along with us. Journey to Alaska Episode 18 | Glaciers areRead More…

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Journey to Alaska Episode 16 | Denali National Park | Glacier Flight

Journey to Alaska Episode 16 Join us in this episode, where we give you the surprise we promised in the last video and FLY Denali National Park. This is one EPIC adventure you won’t want to miss. There’s a new adventure around every corner so don’t forget to join in on our Alaska Summer on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook! We appreciate you following along with us. Journey to Alaska Episode 16 | Denali National Park | GlacierRead More…

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Journey to Alaska Episode 15 | Denali National Park | Sled Dogs

Journey to Alaska Episode 15 Join us in this episode where we visit Denali National Park, learn all about sled dogs and take on a day trip for a sweet surprise. There’s a new adventure around every corner so don’t forget to join in on our Alaska Summer on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook! We appreciate you following along with us. Journey to Alaska Episode 15 | Denali National Park | Sled Dogs Denali National Park Denali NationalRead More…

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Utah’s Red Hollow Trail

Utah’s Red Hollow Trail ✔️About this Episode: Join us in this episode where we discovered a hidden gem just outside Zion National Park. Utah’s beautiful Red Hollow Slot Canyon. Plus see why we were DENIED access to Zion National Park.   Off the Beaten Path Utah’s Red Hollow Trail is a nice beginner hike just outside of Zion National Park’s eastern entrance. Ever hear of Orderville, Utah? It’s a tiny town east of Zion onRead More…

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Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery, Washington

Olympic National Park & Cape Flattery two places you mustn’t miss when you visit the pacific northwest! There are so many things to do that just one week wasn’t enough! Check out our newest video below! Olympic National Park Olympic National Park is one of the largest national parks covering nearly 1 million acres. The park boasts old growth temperate rain forests, snow-covered mountain ranges, and miles of untouched coastline. We decided this trip weRead More…

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Great Sand Dunes National Park – 10 Interesting Facts!

Great Sand Dunes National Park The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is located in southern Colorado. It’s known for huge dunes like the towering Star Dune. This 30-square-mile dune field in the San Luis Valley is home to the tallest sand dunes at 750 feet tall, the tallest in North America. Natural forces, swirling winds, and flowing streams have all played vital roles in making the sand dunes. Winds often top 40 milesRead More…

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North Cascades National Park

Our Visit to North Cascades National Park, Washington

Our Love of National Parks Continues.. Our Love for National Parks continues to be our focus this summer. They are amazing places to visit with so much history and so much to explore. The beauty of these parks is worth the hordes of people that are wanting to see the very same beauty you’re there to see. The drives to get there, the changes in weather you endure are all worth it!  When you comeRead More…

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Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park-Chasing Waterfalls

Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range. Check out our video on our visit to North Cascades national Park below.   This 14,410-foot-tall active volcano is truly an amazing sight if you catch it on a clear day. Sunrise Visitor’s Center is the highest point you can attain by car. Mount Rainier is a beautiful park in the National Park System, our 21st park out of 59!  While some roads were still closedRead More…

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4 Facts about Narada Falls – Mount Rainier National Park

4 Facts about Narada Falls Narada Falls is a waterfall in Mount Rainier National Park, in the U.S. state of Washington. It is said to be the most popular of the waterfalls because the Mount Rainier Highway crosses the falls between its two tiers. The waterfall drops 188 feet (57 m) in two tiers of 168 feet (51 m) and 20 feet (6.1 m). The upper tier is a horsetail that falls in several strands down a nearly sheer cliff, into a canyon that isRead More…

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6 Facts – Mount Rainier National Park

6 Facts – Mount Rainier National Park We are visiting Mount Rainier National Park this week and as of now, it is still hard to see the beautiful Mountain. This is the best I could get, actually I am not even sure it is under those clouds. We are hoping the sun will come out in a few days and we can get some awesome photos to share with you. Did You Know? 6 Facts about MountRead More…

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Crater Lake

Crater Lake National Park, Breathtakingly Beautiful!

  If Crater Lake National Park is not at the top of your list of places to visit then it should be; put this one on your bucket list! It is absolutely stunning! Pictures of this magnificent lake are amazing but don’t come close to doing it justice.   We didn’t really know what to expect prior to our Crater Lake arrival but we were simply blown away by the beautiful views that greeted us! YouRead More…

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Crater Lake National Park Facts

Crater Lake National Park is in the Cascade Mountains of southern Oregon. It’s known for its namesake Crater Lake, formed by the now-collapsed volcano, Mount Mazama. Wizard Island is a cinder cone near the western edge of the lake. –NPS Crater Lake National Park Facts The deepest lake in the United States is Crater Lake, a volcanic crater in southern Oregon. Its deepest measured depth is 1,949 feet (594 meters). It is the ninth deepest lake in the world.   Crater Lake National ParkRead More…

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Wow! 4 National Parks in ONE Month! California National Parks

California National Parks We’ve had a very busy May traveling north through central California. Along the way visiting Sequoia, Kings Canyon, Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic National Parks. Thank goodness for our National Park Pass it saves us so much and we can enjoy the parks any time of the year! Sequoia and Kings Canyon are in the same area and are managed as one park. Found here are the Giant Sequoias grow only on the westernRead More…

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9 Interesting Facts – Lassen Volcanic National Park

We visited Lassen National Park early May of 2018. However, the roads past the main visitor center were still closed because of the snow. Maybe one day we will be able to return and enjoy more of what this National Park has to offer. We were able to stay the night in the parking lot which was fun! Check out our review here about our overnight camping in the parking lot. 9 Interesting Facts – Lassen VolcanicRead More…

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Yosemite National Park – Popular Waterfall Facts

Yosemite National Park – Popular Waterfall Facts Yosemite has many waterfalls throughout the park, spring is the best time to see these natural wonders in full force. By August most of the waterfalls have dried up. We visited early May 2018 and the waterfalls were flowing. This national park is the perfect place to chase waterfalls if you love waterfalls as we do, this is a do not miss national park with thousands of acres and manyRead More…

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Sequoia National Park – WOW Those are Giant Trees!

Fun facts about Sequoia National Park Giant Sequoia’s These were the most amazing trees I have ever seen, You can’t even imagine how tall these trees are, standing next to them, you feel so small. The tree won’t even fit in the picture! Sequoia National Park – WOW Those are Giant Trees! Giant Sequoia trees are resistant to most diseases, fungi, etc. Falling over is what kills them since they have a shallow root systemRead More…

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Joshua Tree National Park, California

Joshua Tree National Park Located in southeastern California near Palm Springs. Joshua Tree National Park is named for the unique yucca-like Joshua Trees, native to the park. Joshua Trees are also found in areas of Arizona but the largest populations are located in the National Park where they have been protected since 1994. Part of the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park is the unique hot, dry desert setting blanketed with green, and very muchRead More…

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White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

We’ve been pretty busy driving since we left Oklahoma on April 15th. We stopped at a pretty awesome City Park overnight in Abilene, TX before making our way to New Mexico to visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park for a week, then onto White Sands National Monument in Alamogordo, New Mexico! Last time we visited was in 1992 and were just as in awe of the sand dunes back then! We had never seen anything like it,Read More…

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Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe National Parks

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is in the Chihuahuan Desert of southern New Mexico. There are over 100 caves in the area. During our visit to Carlsbad Caverns, the elevator to the lowest point of the cavern was out of service requiring a 750 ft descent and equal climb back out. It takes about an hour and a half to descend through the natural entrance. This is an awesome but steep walk into the cavern whereRead More…

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