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“US NATIONAL PARKS CHECKLIST” is a 1 page digital PDF printable. This printable is a fun way to track your travels to each of the National Parks located within the United States.
Simply print, color in a tree for each park that you have visited, and even use the space beside each park to record the date of visit. This checklist is appropriate for for both adults and children’s use as a printable display, framed or as a journal page. It is US letter size and A4 size.
“US NATIONAL PARKS CHECKLIST” is a 2 page layout digital PDF printable. This printable is a fun way to track your travels to each of the National Parks located within the United States.
Simply print, color in a tree for each park that you have visited, and even use the space beside each park to record the date of visit. This checklist is colorful and inviting for both adults and children’s use. It is US letter size, and contains both a COLOR PDF and a BLACK and WHITE PDF.
Happy 100th Birthday, National Parks! Join the centennial celebration by reading all about these greatest of American treasures — from Acadia to Zion — in preparation for a parks visit sometime soon. Filled with color photos, information on animals, fascinating lists, fun facts, maps, cool things to do, conservation tips, and much more — think of this book as your trusted guide to these most majestic of places.
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The drive from Central California over to the Northern California Coast was not for the faint of heart, driving a 40 foot motorhome. But, it was worth the visit to see the legendary redwood trees of Northern California. The roads were hilly and curvy, and […]
As I was preparing for our east coast trip in and around Boston, I came across the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. As I am a Lowell descendent, I was aware of many famous writers in our family lineage. I did not happen to know, however, […]
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is located in Arco, Idaho. The unique terrain, formed by earthquake activity, appears similar to the moon’s surface. The now-protected basaltic lava field was formed from volcanic lava eruptions over the past 15,000 years. In fact, NASA […]
The Great Sand Dunes in Colorado have been on my bucket list for a long time. These dunes are the tallest in North America, rising to about 750 feet, and were formed more than 400K years ago. To read more about how the dunes formed […]
We arrived into Colorado via Wyoming, and it was a beautiful drive. This was another new state for the boys to visit, and it had been a long time since I had been to Colorado. We visited Rocky Mountain National Park on Memorial Day weekend which […]
While staying in Camp Verde, Arizona, near to Sedona, we found a few attractions to visit for free (with a National Parks Pass!) Montezuma Castle National Monument From Camp Verde, Montezuma Castle was a quick and easy drive. A short walkway led to the pueblo cliffside castle, […]
Grand Canyon National Park This was our first visit as a family to the Grand Canyon. The boys were both really looking forward to seeing it. We had been reading and re-reading a book about it weeks before we had arrived. It just so happened […]
Yosemite National Park was high on our list of must-visit places. As we were traveling in central California, we met some nice people who were long time residents, and gave us some great advice about visiting Yosemite. We took their advice and visited on a […]
After visiting Bryce Canyon National Park, we made our way back to Springdale, Utah, where we stayed for the week, down the street from Zion National Park‘s entrance. I must admit that we were very surprised at the crowds for October. The weather was in […]
Bryce Canyon National Park, located in southern Utah, was a side trip for us from our week long spot in Zion National Park. We drove the two and a half hour route, through the “tunnel” in Zion. Spending one night in a hotel right outside […]
While in Rapid City, we spent a day visiting Mount Rushmore. Within that single day, we were blessed with clouds, rain, hail, and sunshine. It felt just like being at home in Chicago. Mount Rushmore is a patriotic site that features the 60 foot faces of […]