Beach camping at Padre Island National Seashore is a truly beautiful experience – the campsites are secluded, beautiful, and free. There are a total of 4 campsites at Padre Island and here’s what you need to know about all of them. Read the complete guide to Padre Island National Seashore Camping now.
Grand Canyon, one of the natural wonders of the world, is incredibly beautiful but Badlands is breathtaking in a more surreal way. In this Badlands vs Grand Canyon post, I explain why Badlands provides a far richer experience than the Grand Canyon. Read now to find out more.
There are so many great things to do in Custer State Park, South Dakota that we don’t know where to start. Hiking in Custer State Park and camping in Custer is excellent. You can also go horseback riding in Custer State Park or slowly drive the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park and look for wildlife.ormation.
Hiking in Badlands National Park is the best way to see the area’s bizarre geological land forms and rich wildlife. Most marked trails have great views of the unique Badlands Wall; visitors are also free to explore off trail in the Sage Creek wilderness area at Badlands. Read more now to know about Badlands best hikes.
South Dakota is home to abundant wildlife of the northern Great Plains. You will experience a variety of wildlife encounters including begging burros, buffalo herds, deer, mountain goats, pheasants and more. Here is a guide to the various animals and where to find them.
90 miles long road through Big Sur is part of the Pacific Coast Highway or PCH1 and is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Take an incredible Big Sur day trip that covers all the highlights including Point Lobos, Bixby Creek Bridge, Pfeiffer Beach, McWay Falls, Elephant Seal Rookery, and more.