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Everglades

We took advantage of our winter holiday vacation to drive to south Florida. The Everglades National Park is the largest sub topical wilderness in the world. It is a place where the tall grass, slow moving water, and abundance of wildlife create a metropolis of sustenance. We were astonished of the amount of alligators and birds. They were everywhere....

Mammoth Cave

Now knowing that we want to visit all of the 58 American National Parks, we took the opportunity during the Labor Day weekend to drive to Kentucky and enjoy Mammoth Cave. Our lodging was inside the park and we saw deer just outside our hotel each morning....

Congaree

Congaree National Park is located in the middle of South Carolina. This is a strange world of forest landscape, champion trees, diverse plant and animal life, and peaceful tranquility. This 24,000-acre park protects the largest contiguous area of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the United States. Congaree is a silent sanctuary filled with Loblolly pines, Bald Cypress trees, and a unique ecosystem that you can only experience here....