Petrified Forest National Park

Petrified Forest National Park is located in northeastern Arizona.  What once was a swampy forest is now a vast dry land flooded with petrified wood, some 225 million years old.  The history, geology, and unexpected beauty within this national park really impressed me.  With so much to see & explore, Petrified Forest is definitely worth […]

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Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon became a National Park in 1919.  The canyon touches four different states (Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado) and covers an area of 1,900 square miles.  My sister and I visited the South Rim in March, which is the perfect time to visit before temperatures being to rise.  We visited the South Rim, […]

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Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park was my second solo park adventure.  This Park ranges in elevation from 2,180 ft in the Tucson Mountain District to 8,666 ft elevation in the Rincon Mountain District.  The vast differences in elevation create widely varied habitats in each region of the park, making them both equally awesome to explore. I started […]

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