Aug. 25 will be a free day for visitors to Washington state parks in honor of the 99th birthday of the National Park Service.
Pack your camping gear and a comfortable pair of hiking boots, then make plans to head on out and enjoy time in the great outdoors at the Joshua Tree National Park.
From the highest and lowest points in North America to the world’s largest living things and largest living carnivores, each of America’s national parks has something unique to offer.
The city of Seattle lies in the midst of several National Parks and Historic National Parks. Whether raining, snowing or sunny, each offers a unique view of Washington state.
Read on for five of the country’s best national parks to visit in winter, one of which may require both generous amounts of sunscreen and rain gear.
Make this a summer to remember for the whole family with these five ways to bring everyone together while enjoying the warmer weather.
If you’re planning a road trip to a new camping destination this summer, gas up. Here are a few of America’s best for you to explore.
Vacationers might be interested in visiting one of these under-the-radar national parks to get away from the large crowds and heavy traffic in the most popular parks, like Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.
Just a short trip from Seattle, you can see other parts of our beautiful state. Take part in a festival, Veteran’s Day parade or other fun activity for your family. Just hop in the car and go!
National Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 29, is a fee-free entrance day to many federal public lands and national parks! Enjoy an outing, or stay closer to home and volunteer with the o