HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS | NOV 2016 •
One of the most unique National Parks I’ve ever been to is @hotspringsnps. Not only is it the smallest National Park, but it was the first federally protected land in U.S. history — before there were National Parks and definitely before the Park Service, Hot Springs was given the designation of “reservation” in the late 1800s due to the great influx of traffic to the region for relaxation and healing purposes.
It’s also the only NPS site that encourages visitors to use and take its resource - 144° thermal water!
It’s also the only NPS site with a brewery inside it! Which uses that 144° thermal water to brew its beer (the only brewery in the world to brew with thermal water!)!
Hit up Bathhouse Row, watch the park film, and take a hike through the surrounding National Forest. I know we can’t wait to go back!
The kangaroos at Wilsons Promontory National Park are part of a multi-year study of mother/offspring relationships. Spoiler alert: The longer offspring stay with mom after weaning, the longer they tend to live. Looks like this little guy read the study!
Nice accessorizing! The kangaroos at Wilson's Promontory National Parks are part of a multi-year study of mother/offspring relationships. Spoiler alert: offspring who spend more time with their mothers after being weaned tend to live longer!
Mountain mornings = the best mornings. Tag a friend you’d take here! — #StayWild
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Look at that reflection! Would you get in this amazing Canadian alpine lake? Drop a comment and let us know if you would!
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Glacier National Park is at the top of our National Parks bucket list ! Is it on your list? 📝☁️🏔
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