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Points of Interest at Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park is a small and unique park situated in central Arkansas. Renowned for its natural thermal baths, Hot Springs National Park holds historic significance dating back centuries. If it’s your first time visiting the park, you’ll want to make sure to see all the main points of interest.  Fordyce Bathhouse Museum andContinue reading “Points of Interest at Hot Springs National Park”

Places to Visit After Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park is located in central Arkansas and protects 47 natural hot springs. For centuries people have come from all over to bathe in the healing thermal waters and tour the historic bath houses that populate the area. Once you’ve had your fill of Hot Springs National Park, continue on to the followingContinue reading “Places to Visit After Hot Springs National Park”

Basic Facts About Hot Springs National Park

Situated in central Arkansas alongside the city of Hot Springs, Hot Springs National Park is home to 47 natural thermal springs and today protects a number of historic bathhouses. The smallest national park in America, Hot Springs is also the hometown of former President Bill Clinton.  History  The first officially protected reservation in the UnitedContinue reading “Basic Facts About Hot Springs National Park”

Points of Interest at Redwood National Park

One of the United States’ most iconic national parks, Redwood National Park is home to vast groves of giant ancient redwood trees. The park also protects prairies, woodlands, grasslands, and stretches of beach, which make this an incredibly unique and versatile natural getaway. Be sure to explore Redwood National Park’s main points of interest duringContinue reading “Points of Interest at Redwood National Park”

Places to Visit After Redwood National Park

A scenic national park located on the North Coast of California, Redwood National Park is defined by the giant ancient redwood trees that it protects. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this national park offers much to explore. Once you’ve had your fill of Redwood National Park, continue your journey at the following destinations! Lassen VolcanicContinue reading “Places to Visit After Redwood National Park”