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10 Places to Stargaze in Arizona That Will Leave You Breathless

Arizona

10 Places to Stargaze in Arizona That Will Leave You Breathless

Many people living in Illinois and the surrounding areas always consider Lake Michigan first when discussing the most magical lakes in the state. As the largest lake in the state, of course Lake Michigan should be at the top of the list, but there are certainly many others that over natural beauty, outdoor recreation and

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 1, 2016
There’s Something Magical About These 7 Lakes In Illinois

Illinois

There’s Something Magical About These 7 Lakes In Illinois

Many people living in Illinois and the surrounding areas always consider Lake Michigan first when discussing the most magical lakes in the state. As the largest lake in the state, of course Lake Michigan should be at the top of the list, but there are certainly many others that over natural beauty, outdoor recreation and

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaSep 20, 2016
If You Didn’t Know About These 6 Swimming Holes In Illinois, They’re A Must Visit

Illinois

If You Didn’t Know About These 6 Swimming Holes In Illinois, They’re A Must Visit

For those that do not live in the midwest, they might only attribute Illinois for its vast farmland or perhaps the well known urban landscape of cities like Chicago, but in between the two lives some beautiful forests, state parks, and other areas of natural beauty outside of skyscrapers and farmland. Autumn is basically here,

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaSep 20, 2016
Here Are 10 Stunning Arizona Sunsets Photos That Will Leave You in Awe

Arizona

Here Are 10 Stunning Arizona Sunsets Photos That Will Leave You in Awe

People often think of the beach or the ocean when they think of watching beautiful sunsets, but did you know that you can find some of the most beautiful sunsets in the United States in Arizona? Check it out! #1 Arizona might not be that close to the ocean, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t palm trees!

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 22, 2016
If You Live In Illinois You Must Visit This Amazing State Park

Illinois

If You Live In Illinois You Must Visit This Amazing State Park

Starved Rock State Park was recently voted the number one attraction in the state of Illinois. For those currently living in Illinois, returning to the amazing park again and again is fairly easy to do. If not, consider making a trip every so often to enjoy all Starved Rock State Park has to offer. Families

Ashley ParadaAshley ParadaAug 16, 2016
8 Beautiful Pictures of Salt River, Arizona

Arizona

8 Beautiful Pictures of Salt River, Arizona

#1 Here’s the Salt River passing through the Painted Desert. Even from afar, it’s gorgeous. #2 And here it is making its way through the canyon. Waaaayyyy down at the bottom. #3 The Salt River contributes to Canyon Lake. So blue! #4 This looks like a good spot to dip your feet. And a refreshing

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 30, 2016
10 Facts About Arizona’s Painted Desert

Arizona

10 Facts About Arizona’s Painted Desert

#1 The Painted Desert is about 120 miles long by 60 miles wide. That’s 93,500 acres worth of beauty! #2 It took millions of years for nature to create this masterpiece. It’s a product of not only shifts in the earths crust due to volcanoes and earthquakes but also the appearance and disappearance of fresh waters

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 28, 2016
10 Beautiful Pictures of the Vermilion Cliffs

Arizona

10 Beautiful Pictures of the Vermilion Cliffs

#1 Look at the Vermilion Cliffs! It’s a pretty fitting name, don’t you think? #2 There are so many hues of reds and oranges. They go together perfectly. #3 The red cliffs really pop against the bright blue sky. And the green plants, too! Gorgeous! #4 Here’s a pastel version. It’s equally as divine. #5

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 26, 2016
10 Facts About Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

Arizona

10 Facts About Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

#1 Tonto Natural Bridge is the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. Travertine forms when water oozes through limestone, picks up lime particles along the way, and then redeposits them in a different spot later when the water evaporates. Layers and layers of this lime formed, with organic materials mixed in, eventually resulting in

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 20, 2016
6 Cool Facts About Lyman Lake State Park

Arizona

6 Cool Facts About Lyman Lake State Park

#1 Lyman Lake State Park encompasses 1,200 acres! The elevation is about 6, 000 feet. #2 The park hugs the shore of a 1,500 acre reservoir. The reservoir was created by blocking off the Little Colorado River. Melting snow from Mount Baldy and Escudilla Mountain — the second and third highest mountains in Arizona! — feeds

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 18, 2016
5 Cool Facts About Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

Arizona

5 Cool Facts About Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

#1 Fool Hollow Lake can be found within Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It’s one among many beautiful attractions in the expansive national forest. #2 The recreation area is 800 acres! The lake itself is 150 acres! #3 A town named Adair once existed where the lake is now. Thomas Jefferson Adair foolishly moved to the area

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 17, 2016
10 Facts About Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

Arizona

10 Facts About Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

#1  The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest used to be two separate parks! They combined them in 1974 to create a forest that covers two million acres of east-central of Arizona. This includes the Mongollon Rim and White mountains. #2 This national forest goes out of its way to prove that not all of Arizona is desert. There’s

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 15, 2016
8 Facts About Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park

Arizona

8 Facts About Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park

  #1 Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park was founded in the ’20’s by a wealthy miner. His name was Col. William Boyce Thompson, and he learned to appreciate plants while on a Red Cross mission in Russia. They can be used to create food, clothing, or shelter… just about anything! #2 Col. Thompson decided to use

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 13, 2016