Dark sky camping locations are appealing to campers, stargazers and astronomers because of their far away distance from light pollution of cities, towns and even rural areas. While these locations are getting harder to find, there are still plenty of places where you can visit to experience the darkest skies, study the constellations and wish upon the millions of stars!
Dark Sky Camping – Where’s the Best Stargazing?
Which National Park Pass Should You Get?
Chimney Rock National Historic Site – Bayard, Nebraska
Between 1840 and 1869, visions of wealth and opportunity lured over 500,000 pioneers west to fulfill their dreams and a nation’s destiny. These emigrants started their journeys in Kansas and Missouri, walking more than 2,200 miles for months in pursuit of a better life.
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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument – Western Nebraska
While in Western Nebraska, we re-visited the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. We’ve been there before on a motorcycle adventure a couple years prior but wanted to return to hike a little and get our National Park Passport Stamps.
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