National Parks in Mississippi

Gulf Island National Seashore Are you looking for a simple weekend getaway? Then Gulf Island National Seashore is the ideal place for you. Located along the southern Mississippi coastline, the Gulf Island National Seashore offers visitors an opportunity to explore the beautiful historical landscapes and experience the magnificent white beaches, beautiful barrier islands, and emerald … Read more

National Parks in Illinois

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail The Lewis & Park historic trail begins from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and extends to the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon. It is a 4,900-mile-long trail that cuts across 16 states in the United States of America. The states are Illinois, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Oregon, Washington, Missouri, Kansas, … Read more

National Parks in Louisiana

Historic Church, Natchitoches Louisiana

Cane River Creole National Historical Park The Cane River Creole National Historic Park tells the 200 year-long story of slavery in the Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. The proficiency and strength of the slaves who built the buildings; and the two major plantations that make up the park – Oakland and Magnolia Plantations. The Oakland Plantation makes … Read more

National Parks in Minnesota

Grand Portage National Monument In 1951, the Grand Portage National Monument was declared a historical site. It is located in Northeastern Minnesota, North Shore of Lake Superior. It holds the cultural stories of the American-Indians Ojibwe. In Ojibwa, the location is called Kitchi Onigaming, which translates to Great Carrying Place. Also, as one of the … Read more

The 11 National Parks in Florida: Why + How to See Each One!

Florida - Everglades

Big Cyprus National Preserve Located about 45 miles west of Miami lies Big Cyprus National Reserve. At over 720,000 acres, this reserve became one of the first two national preserves in the United States National Park System on October 11, 1974. Drawing a large crowd of approximately one million visitors a year, this reserve offers … Read more

National Parks in Tennessee

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Andrew Johnson National Historic Site This particular Historic site was authorized by congress to become a U.S national Monument in 1935 and was later established in1942. Andrew Johnson National Historic site commemorates the 17th president of the United States of America, Andrew Johnson. It showcases the late president’s humble beginning, upon his arrival in Tennessee … Read more

National Parks in Georgia

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Anderson National Historic Site The Anderson National Historic Site is home to the former Confederate prisoner-of-war camp, Camp Sumter. The prison operated from February 1864 until April 1865. The Andersonville National Cemetery, which is still used today, and the National Prisoner of War Museum are also located on the site. Visit the museum and start … Read more

National Parks in North Carolina

Appalachian National Scenic Trail This North Carolina National park, popularly known as the Appalachian Trail, covers approximately 3,500 km. It spans across the Eastern United States, going through Mount Katahdin in Maine and Springer Mountain in Georgia. Appalachian National Scenic Trail idea initially came about in 1921; however, the trail was fully established in 1937. … Read more

National Parks in South Carolina

Charles Pinckney National Historic Site The Charles Pinckney National Historic Site in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina is a unit of the National Park Service of the United States which maintains a part of the Snee Farm plantation and country estate belonging to Charles Pinckney. A prominent South Carolina native, revolutionary war veteran, signatory to the … Read more