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.
Red River Gorge Ziplines in Campton, Kentucky, offers a canopy-tour experience that includes five zips for adventurers of all ages.
The Finger Lakes Trail travels across 580 miles of west-central New York from Allegany State Park to the top of Slide Mountain in the Catskills.
In the wintertime, this Indiana park’s more than 15,000 acres are often covered with snow. Over 50 miles of hiking trails meander among the covered dunes, lakefront and forests.
One of only four facilities of its kind in the United States, this Muskegon, Michigan, adventure center offers a winter wonderland of outdoor activities.
This 82-acre state park in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, sits within Susquehannock State Forest, 262,000 acres of remote woodlands in Potter County that are perfect for stargazing.
Chock full of recreation, from rock climbing to scuba diving to swimming, this Summersville, West Virginia, offers plenty of adventure.
This expansive body of water in Winchester, Kentucky, comes alive in the summer with opportunities for recreation.
The Lake Erie Islands of Ohio are a popular destination in the summer, especially this quiet haven just north of South Bass Island.
This scenic tour has riders saddling up in Pikeville, Kentucky, for views of the Appalachian Mountains.
Larger-than-life rock formations are plentiful in Lewisburg, West Virginia, at this destination for adventurers and families alike.