You can take the 2-mile paved Riverside Walk or try hiking The Narrows, Subway, or Angels Landing.
Junior ranger programs are available for kids to learn more about the park. Rainier is a 14,410 foot high snow-covered peak with 25 major glacier.
Take a trail to waterfall or have a picnic and roast marshmallows on the grills.
You can take the free park shuttle around Yosemite Valley to explore El Capitan, Half Dome, and Yosemite Falls.
Or take a day hike on the Mist Trail to see Vernal Falls.
In Southwestern Colorado you can find some of the best-preserved ancient Pueblo dwellings, dating way back to 550 AD!
Park rangers lead you up the sandstone cliffs, up wooden ladders into Cliff Palace with more than 150 rooms.
Ride the double-launch roller coaster, watch some amazing live shows, and enjoy special exhibits like the Turtle Reef and Shark Encounters.
Of course we had to include the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World!The appropriately named Going-to-the-Sun Road is a 52-mile long road that crosses the Continental Divide.At nearly 7,000 feet, it provides breath-taking views of Glacier’s one million acres of turquoise alpine latex, mountain goats, grizzly bears, and other wildlife. Surprise them with a Treehouse getaway in Takilma, Oregon!Of course we HAD to include the “Happiest Place on Earth! Then stay to watch the magical light parade and fireworks with some of the kids favorite Disney character.” With 58 different, magical attractions, you’ll never run out of things to do! With more than 60 thrilling rides, shows, and attractions to choose from, younger kids are sure to be entertained in this Lego fantasy world.The good news is that you don’t have to be a mountaineer to scale it!