Join us for Season 2 of our National Park adventure as we travel from California to Albuquerque, NM along the famous Route 66.
We learned so much during our first few months of our quest to visit all 419 National Parks in the US - let's recap!
We often talk about our quest to visit all the National Park Units in the US. But what exactly is a National Park Unit?
Until now, e-bikes typically haven't been allowed in the National Parks, but that may be about to change.
Once considered the most dangerous National Park, this Sonoran Desert park is the only place in the US where the Organ Pipe Cactus grows wild.
Maybe one of the strangest National Park Units: you cannot visit it and even the name is bizarre!
Dating from 1250CE to 1450CE, the cliff-dwellings and artifacts at Tonto National Monument shed light on how the Salado people might have lived.
Casa Grande is one of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, but it's surrounded in mystery!
Arguably the most iconic image of the American south west, Saguaro cacti cover the Sonoran Desert landscape around Tucson in southern Arizona.
Nestled in the Santa Cruz River valley in southern Arizona, Tumacácori has much to offer.
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