Embrace the Perks of Nature at Colorado Bend State Park

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It has been almost a year since my first exploration out at Colorado Bend State Park in Bend, Texas, and after a full year of outdoor adventures all over the country, my heart still melts for this place. To me, Continue Reading →

10 Fun Things to do at Mustang Island State Park

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With the sun is still shining down on the warm sand and the ocean water still feeling as refreshing as ever, now is the time to plan your next beach vacation. In Texas, we’re pretty lucky; we have plenty of coastline Continue Reading →

The Do’s and Do Not’s of Las Vegas

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We had finally made it 46 stories up to the top of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. We stepped out of the glass elevator to see thousands of colorful city lights glowing Continue Reading →

True Relaxation in the Florida Keys

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When was the last time you laid on your back, arms wide open, stared at the open sky above you, and simply surrendered yourself to this big beautiful world? There I was… my back resting firmly on a stand-up paddle board, Continue Reading →

Exploring the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge

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Right now in southern Florida, on the subtropical barrier island of Sanibel in the Gulf of Mexico, there are over 6,400 preserved acres of mangrove forest, submerged seagrass beds, cordgrass marshes, and West Indian hardwood hammocks, filled with thousands of Continue Reading →

Texas State Park Ambassadors visit Lake Mineral Wells State Park

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Just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, Texas, is Lake Mineral Wells State Park, a beautiful and entertaining park geared up to introduce families to the time of their lives through camping, kayaking, fishing, swimming, geocaching, climbing, rappelling, hiking, biking, and other outdoor Continue Reading →

The Hidden Adventures of Colorado Bend State Park

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Standing on a ledge halfway into the narrow rocky mouth of one of Colorado Bend State Park’s wild cave systems, I gaped at the vertical chute wondering how in the world I was going to manage this one. If I Continue Reading →