2024 National Park Free Days – Visit U.S. National Parks at No Charge!

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Every year, the U.S. National Park Service grants free entry to all visitors on designated National Park Free Days. In 2024, National Park free entry days allow everyone to visit all National Parks, National Monuments, National Recreation Areas, National Historic Sites, National Battlefields and even the National Seashores totaling 423 National Park sites spanning over 85 million acres across the U.S. at NO CHARGE!

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5 Best Heated Camping Chairs to Keep Your Butt Warm!

Heated Camping Chair - The Hot Seat Heated Camp Chair

Who every thought heated camping chairs was a thing? Obviously, the need to stay warm arose from people who enjoy the outdoors but don’t like to “sit in the cold”. Regardless if you’re sitting around a campfire, tailgating or sitting at your kid’s soccer game in cooler temperatures, a chair that helps to keep you warm is the difference between enjoying yourself, or grumbling about how cold you are.

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Cold Weather Camping Tips – How to Stay Warm in a Tent

How to Stay Warm in a Tent - Snow Camping in Cold Weather

Cold weather camping and knowing how to stay warm in a tent is not just about comfort and enjoyment. But also, staying warm and dry is important for your health and well being. These cold weather camping tips will help keep you safe, warm and dry while you’re relaxing or sleeping on your winter camping trip.

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5 Desert Spiders to Avoid in the Southwestern U.S.

Desert Spiders of the Southwest United States

America’s desert southwest is chocked full of wildlife of every shape, size and species. But some are dangerous and can cause injury or even death even though they are amongst the smallest of the animal kingdom. Desert spiders of the southwest United States are some of those that can pack a mean punch should you encounter them. So, it’s best to just stay clear of these venomous arachnids!

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Hiking for Beginners: Novice Hiking Tips Before Hitting the Trails

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Hiking has become a favorite outdoor activity for all ages because it is great exercise, fairly inexpensive and gets you out to enjoy nature. Hence, why so many people are hitting the hiking trails. But, how do novices or beginner hikers who have never hiked a day in their life prepare to hike the outdoors? This hiking for beginners guide will get you on the hiking trail in no time!

Top Things to Do in MOAB Utah – Moab Visitors Guide

Moab, Utah is America’s spectacular playground for venturesome souls who are fearless and daring. There are so many adventurous things to do in Moab! This Utah hip town is surrounded by breathtaking views you’ve never seen before. Around every arch, butte, canyon, hoodoo and waterfall, Moab awaits your arrival! Also being close to Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks, Moab is the perfect epicenter to enjoy countless amazing outdoor experiences!

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Camping in Bear Country – Safety Tips That Could Save Your Life

Bear Country Camping

Camping in bear country doesn’t have to be scary! Just as long as you understand bear behavior and how they bears act or react towards people. But, before setting out on your camping trip, know there are important bear safety rules you need to know to keep you and your family safe at your campsite.

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Hiking Trail Etiquette – How NOT to Piss Off Other Hikers

Hiking Etiquette - Trail Rules

Hiking trail etiquette seems to have, quite literally, plunged off the damn cliff! With so many new people out there taking to the hiking trails in our National Parks and State Parks, it’s no wonder serious hikers are pissed! Between people leaving their crap and trash everywhere, screwing with the wildlife, loose dogs and just plain utter disrespect to the environment, it’s no wonder authorities are either limiting or closing down the hiking trails.

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