Tag: Camping

Heading Home Through Copper Breaks State Park

As with most quick overnight stops at state parks, especially when the climate isn't cooperating (and Texas this time of year is hot), we didn't get to see as much of the park as we would have liked, but it is a nice enough park for most camping activities...

A Quick Stop at Capulin Volcano National Monument

Capulin Volcano is definitely a worthwhile stop for travelers going through northeast New Mexico. If you aren't towing a large camper, it is a doable stop on you way through the state. If you are, it might be worth a single night stay close by, just so that you...

Relaxation and a Waterfall

Like a lot of mountain hikes, there is plenty of climbing to get to Alberta Falls, but once we got there, I was so glad that I convinced my family to take this one last hike. The waterfall is gorgeous and the climb to the top of the waterfall...

Red Rocks and Mountaintops

I am an admitted National Parks junkie, but the beautiful nature that blankets America’s landscape has multiple caretakers. The Garden of the Gods and Pikes Peak are excellent examples of how nature can be preserved when local communities decide that it is a priority. Over a 24 hour period,...

Escape to Martin Dies Jr. State Park

Despite the late arrival, despite the heat, despite the rain, we had some much needed outdoor therapy and unplugged time as a family. COVID-19 has affected all of us in different ways and for our family there was this strong need to just do something and go somewhere. While...