When planning a family trip to Grand Teton National Park, it’s good to know a little history about the place. Grand Teton National Park officially became a National Park in 1929, though it was a much smaller park then. The park is rated as one of the US's top 10 national parks. One of the park's most striking features is the Teton Mountain Range, with at least eight peaks over … [Read more...] about Everything You Need to Know for a Family Trip to Grand Teton National Park
Arches National Park Guide For Families. It’s a Magical Place!
Here it is. Perhaps the best and easiest to follow Arches National Park guide for families. But first, a little history on the park. Arches was established early on as just a national monument on April 12, 1929. Richard Nixon designated Arches as a national park in 1971. The true gem of this park is the over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, spires, and pinnacles found … [Read more...] about Arches National Park Guide For Families. It’s a Magical Place!
How To Camp: Find and Set Up a Campsite
Camping is one of those great, classic adventures every family needs to do at least once when the kids are little. If you’ve camped before, you know how fun it is. If you haven’t, then these are the best tips to find and set up a campsite the quick and easy way. You’ll learn the essentials of a well-located campsite, how to lay it out, and some simple tricks to make it even … [Read more...] about How To Camp: Find and Set Up a Campsite
How to Camp: Best Camping Checklist
Camping is so much fun when you have the right gear. Part of what makes it fun is simplifying your daily routine. Being in nature. Not being surrounded by a bunch human-made crap. But what makes camping immediately un-fun is not having the essentials. And that’s where the Wilderdad Best Camping Checklist comes into play. Nothing can ruin a camping trip quicker than showing … [Read more...] about How to Camp: Best Camping Checklist
Planning a Mount Rainier National Park Family Vacation? Read This Now.
If you’re thinking about a Mount Rainier National Park family vacation there’s one thing you should know. This national park is not for the faint of heart. It’s remote. There are few roads. And trails can be challenging. But if you think your family is up to the challenge, there is no other national park in the lower 48 states that matches its beauty and untouched … [Read more...] about Planning a Mount Rainier National Park Family Vacation? Read This Now.