Have you ever been driving your RV or hiking a trail and notice a cool looking rainbow resembling a flame? You’ve just witnessed a rare phenomenon referred to as a Fire Rainbow. But, did you know a fire rainbow is actually not a rainbow as you may be familiar with? And a fire rainbow has nothing to do with fire?
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Local Kentuckians call Louisville “Bourbon City” for good reason! Louisville is the world renowned Bourbon Capital of the World. And while there are over 95 bourbon distilleries in Kentucky, there’s several bourbon distilleries packed in the heart of Louisville that produce the iconic American whiskey. And they’re all waiting for you to sip and experience some of Kentucky’s finest spirits!
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If you’re planning to camp on Galveston Island, Texas, you’re in for an amazing treat! There’s plenty of places to park your RV at this Texas coastal destination. From high end RV resorts to carefree beach camping on Galveston Island, there’s plenty of places to park your RV or pitch your tent! Visitors will return year after year! Your next Texas Gulf coast camping getaway on Galveston Island awaits you like sand between your toes!
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Did you know there are approximately 2400 rail trails in the United States? As of early 2023, there are 25,401 miles of rail trails and 9,202 miles of potential rails to trails projects in the planning stages! Also referred to as rails to trails, these multi-use paths take the place of former railroad beds and provide a much safer and accessible way to enjoy the outdoors!
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Springtime is an exciting time when wildflowers bloom with massive explosions of color that carpet certain regions of the United States. However, super blooms are now attracting millions of people which causes big concern for the wildflowers. By following these wildflower etiquette tips will help protect and preserve the wildflowers and encourage more bee pollination.
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If you’re headed to Texas in the Spring, you’ll need to know where all the best places to see bluebonnets in Texas so you can plan your wildflower peeping adventure. Especially in deep rooted Texas Hill Country, the Lonestar state comes alive with mass carpets of bluebonnet fields that stretch for miles! So, grab your camera and let’s head to the best places to see bluebonnets near me in Texas!
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There are so many things to do at Crystal River Florida that there’s not enough time to see and experience even in a week! From swimming with the manatees, to fishing and diving for scallops to exploring the vast ecological preserves. Crystal River visitors can even take in a round of golf. The multitude of things to do makes this Nature Coast town one of the most adventurous Florida destinations for nature lovers!
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The United States has some of the most spectacular wildflower super blooms in the entire world. Spring wildflowers emerge across the coastal valleys of the west, mountainsides and even in the harsh desert environments of some of our National Parks. But, did you know a super bloom does not happen every year?
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Rhyolite Nevada is quite different from what you picture as a typical western-theme ghost town. Only 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas near Death Valley National Park, Rhyolite National Historic Townsite begs you to come explore its’ crumbled ruins. You’ll learn about it’s short-lived history and why it’s one of the most peculiar desert ghost towns in America.
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Every year, the U.S. National Park Service grants free entry to all visitors on designated National Park Free Days. These National Park free admission days allows for free entry into 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.!
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