All-Terrain Wheelchairs at National Parks enable wheelchair users to access nature's wonders. With these specialized wheelchairs, users can effortlessly conquer rugged trails and admire scenic landscapes. Join Dan and Jeana, siblings from Ohio and Illinois, as Dan rents an all-terrain wheelchair to hike with his sister from Estes Park Mountain Shop near Rocky Mountain National Park. Read More
We are incredibly fortunate to have 423 stunning national parks in the United States, with millions of visitors immersing themselves in their beauty every year. However, it's important to remember that our gratitude must be accompanied by a deep responsibility to protect these beloved spaces. Read More
Yes, I'm cute, but you shouldn't feed me, no matter how much I beg.
Have you encountered begging squirrels, chipmunks, deer, elk, or other animals on the trails and said to yourself, "aww, I'll just give them a little of my snack; it will be okay?"
Snowshoeing is snow much fun, especially when prepared!
Snowshoes, invented by the Athapascan Native Americans of the northeast coast and the Algonquin Native Americans of the Great Lakes area, were initially created to travel and hunt for food in the winter. Today, we used snowshoes to experience the great outdoors and as a winter sport.
Ummm, to ski or snowboard, which one is best? Both activities are fun mountain sports, but if you are a beginner, one might be more suited for you. Read More
This winter season, treat yourself to a cuddle in a cup with one of the McGovern Outdoor Mugs. Our inside-out latte mug is an instant classic! The vintage map on the interior and hand-drawn cartouche on the exterior make this a handsome vessel for your morning coffee or tea. The perfect gift for any traveler. Collect them all!
With snowy landscapes, visiting the National Parks in the winter can be magical. On the other hand, with slippery roads, low visibility, and locations hours away from emergency services, you want to be prepared. Here are some tips and advice to help you navigate wintery conditions at National Parks. Read More