Last Episode of “Season 2” of the Great American Parks Trip!

Well friends, it’s been a great journey, 26 parks over two, two-month-long road trips. We celebrated the end of this leg at Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado. These sand dunes are bigger than you see at the beach and we had a great day there!

So, what’s next? Keep an eye on the site and facebook for more pictures and blog posts from the last adventures- we might even have a blooper reel coming your way.

When will Season 3 start? We don’t know right now! It might be next summer, but it might not! We’ll keep you posted as we find out, and any other parks-related adventures that we stumble into! But above all, thanks for watching/reading!


Bryce Canyon: Heaven for Hoodoos!

There are a lot of fascinating rock formations in today’s video! The hoodoos in particular are very photogenic!


Valley of Death and Doom! (And a “castle”)

Due to some technical difficulties, our video from Death Valley went up on YouTube on Thursday but didn’t make it to the blog and Facebook. Oops! If you’re absolutely salivating to watch our videos the moment they are published, you can subscribe to the channel on YouTube, but we do our best to get them posted everywhere.

Without further ado, extreme temperatures, more wind, and a castle in the desert! Welcome to Death Valley! Below the video, click ‘read more’ for some pictures.

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Joshua Tree, where you have to wonder, “Are we in a Dr. Seuss book?”


With these guys around, you expect the Lorax to pop out to have a word with you at any moment! Click through to see how things went for us when we got back to the desert! 


South Rim Adventures: Time for the Grand Canyon!


Click through to see how we did at what’s arguably the most well-known park!


New Video: the Parks Trip deviates from Parks!

So after Petrified Forest, DA’s parents came out to meet with us and go to the Grand Canyon- but on the way, they wanted to see a couple of National Monuments that had been suggested by one of our lovely hosts. Here’s the video from Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument! Get excited for volcanic ash, pueblos, and more!