Amp up your adrenaline, whether you want to paddle down a raging river or take a walk hundreds of feet in the air. If you want to escape into the woods, head out on a hike on of our nation’s national parks or the multitude of state parks that span forests, mountains, gorges and caves.
Located in Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, outdoor experiences at these 900-foot formations include rock climbing, recreational hiking and other outdoor adventures.
Visit this nearly 600-acre park in Wolcott, New York, to see 150-foot-tall spires that rise along the lakeshore.
This famous natural feature in Centre County, Pennsylvania, near Penn State University offers 8 miles of hiking trails
The outdoor recreational opportunities at this Angola, Indiana, park range from camping and hiking to horseback riding and paddling.
Explore the history of the region as well as the nature supported by the Hoosier State’s famous lakeside sand dunes in Porter, Indiana.
Explore this 2-mile-long, glacier-carved gorge in Ithaca, New York, complete with waterfalls and incredible natural features.
This remarkable natural attraction in Munising, Michigan, promises incredible views of the vivid waters of Lake Superior.
The 275-mile linear trail stretches between South Haven and Port Huron, Michigan, as it passes by forests and waterways
This U.S. National Landmark in Marengo, Indiana, offers two walking routes: the 1/3-mile Crystal Palace and the one-mile Dripstone Trail.
See canyons, waterfalls, natural springs, sandstone overhangs and breathtaking views along 13 miles of trails in Oglesby, Illinois.