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75 National Park Hashtags ​for Outdoor & Travel Creatives

Summer is in full swing and we’re in LOVE with all the national park social media posts being shared right now. Seeing you all on vacation is one of our favorite things. Today we’re posting a GIANT list of the national park hashtags we follow and use to post on Instagram and Facebook. We use …

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Hiking Arches National Park: Devil’s Garden

After a morning sunrise hike to Delicate Arch, our next stop in Arches National Park was to the Devil’s Garden area.  At the very end of the main park road, it was the half-way point on our hiking itinerary and where we saw some of the best arches in the park.  Unlike Delicate Arch and …

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Diverse NPS: Love Is King

During the month of March, we’re continuing to work alongside several other outdoor industry and national park-related content creators, to feature a new non-profit organization. Love Is King performs vital work to help diversify our public lands and make nature a safe space for all people. Below, you’ll find information about Love Is King and …

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All About Fort Scott National Historic Site

All About Fort Scott National Historic Site in Kansas

Among all of the different types of National Historic Sites, forts have quickly become some of our favorites. And of all the different forts we’ve been to so far, Fort Scott National Historic Site in Kansas ranks among the top. What we thought was going to be more of a ‘get the stamp and get …

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Wildlife in Kenai Fjords National Park

5 Best Places to See Wildlife in Kenai Fjords National Park

One of the most popular activities in Kenai Fjords National Park is wildlife watching. As one of only three national parks in all of Alaska that can be visited by car, Kenai has become one of the most popular parks in the state. Nearby Seward Harbor and Resurrection Bay are home to hundreds of species of birds and some of the most popular marine and land mammals in Alaska.

A Day At Gateway Arch National Park

In sitting down for a tell-all post about how to spend a day at Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, I (Amy) am not sure we are the best people to ask for trip planning advice. Although we loved our day in the park and it’s one of the highlights of our Midwest National …

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3 Best Places to See Wildlife in Redwood National Park from www.parkchasers.com

3 Best Places to See Wildlife in Redwood National Park

When we first planned our 2018 visit, I can honestly say the wildlife in Redwood National Park was not even on our list. We booked campsites and day hikes to stand under towering trees, not to spend the week with binoculars in hand. Yet some of our most memorable experiences in Redwood included watching the …

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Park Chasers Receives the Real Neat Blog Award

Earlier this month we were excited to be nominated by Theresa from National Parks with T for the Real Neat Blog Award. We first met Theresa during her Park Chaser Profile last summer, and have loved following her national park and state park adventures for the past few years. It’s always nice when someone else …

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Wildlife in Glacier National Park

3 Best Places to See Wildlife in Glacier National Park

One of the most common reasons people vacation in Glacier National Park is the chance to see the park’s incredible wildlife. The amazing network of hiking trails means that up-close encounters with the wildlife in Glacier National Park are frequent if you know the right places to be in the park. In part because of …

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Park Chaser Profile The Wandering Queen

Park Chaser’s Profile: The Wandering Queen

Today we’re sharing another post in our 2019 “Park Chaser Profiles” series. Each Q & A interview features the story of a national park traveler.  Whether you are visiting your first park or your 400th, we hope the travel tips and shared experience helps inspire your next national park adventure. Check out today’s post with Michelle, …

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