California Redwood Forest

Five National Monuments In And Around The San Francisco Bay Area

Of America's 73 national monuments, 11 are in California. On the other hand, in the San Francisco Bay Area, there are just three national monuments. But what may seem as a surprise, Alcatraz Island isn’t part of these select few. Nevertheless, where are these fascinating Bay Area spots that were deemed national monuments by presidential … Continue reading Five National Monuments In And Around The San Francisco Bay Area

Section of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial near the Lincoln Monument

Historic Monuments To Visit On Veteran’s Day 2020

Among the best ways to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans is by visiting a military monument or memorial. With Veteran’s Day fast approaching, it might be a good time to start planning on where to go to pay your respects to those who have made enormous sacrifices while defending our country. While many national … Continue reading Historic Monuments To Visit On Veteran’s Day 2020

Dry Tortugas National Park at sunset

Discover A Remote National Park By Boat

Do you want to visit a national park but don’t like crowds? Even in today’s environment, America’s national parks can be more crowded than you'd like. Instead, why not visit one of the least visited segments of the National Park System? In fact, did you know that some remote U.S. national parks can only be … Continue reading Discover A Remote National Park By Boat

Martin Luther King Jr Memorial

Five Places To Honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is just around the corner and people across the nation are busy making final preparations for a number of special events. Held annually on the third Monday of January, MLK Day marks the birthday of Dr. King. However, the federal holiday is also intended to celebrate the life and legacy … Continue reading Five Places To Honor Martin Luther King Jr.