Touring

Bucket for tour related activities
Eagle Island State Park

Eagle Island is a 545-acre day-use park west of Boise that features a popular swimming beach, a grassy picnic area, a waterslide and more than five miles of trails for those looking for a place to ride horses, hike, walk your dog or play disc golf. The Idaho Department of ...

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Farragut State Park

From late spring through fall the park has a variety of traditional outdoor recreational opportunities. Hiking, mountain bike trails, disc golf, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing are just a few. These along with many others are listed under the "Park Info" tab on this website, winter information is below. The ...

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Harriman State Park

Harriman State Park lies within an 16,000-acre wildlife refuge in the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Moose, Elk, and Sandhill Cranes are common, as is North America's largest waterfowl, the Trumpeter Swan. Known as one of the best fly-fishing streams in the nation, the Henrys Fork meanders for eight miles through ...

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Heyburn State Park

Heyburn State Park is the oldest park in the Pacific Northwest. Created in 1908, it is comprised of approximately 5,500 acres of land and 2,300 acres of water. The park includes three lakes; Chatcolet, Benewah, and Hidden Lakes, with the shadowy St. Joe River meandering along the eastern boundary ...

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Massacre Rocks State Park

Oregon Trail emigrants referred to the Massacre Rocks area as "Gate of Death" and "Devil's Gate", but modern day travelers use terms like beautiful, serene, and restful to describe the park. The park is rich in Oregon Trail, geological, and natural histories. Rich in history, pioneers used this area, specifically ...

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McCroskey State Park

This 5300-acre ridgeline park is dedicated to pioneer women. McCroskey State Park's highlight is an 18-mile skyline drive through the park on unimproved roads provides spectacular views of the rolling Palouse country and access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails. Facilities include a group day use shelter, primitive camping ...

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Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park

The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is a linear park 100 feet wide and 45 miles long built on the old roadbed of the former W&OD Railroad. It provides citizens and visitors a wide, multi-use trail reaching through the urban heartland of Northern Virginia from the ...

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Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge

Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge (SPNWR) consists of over 360 acres of subtropical dry vegetation, including the largest salt pond in the Virgin Islands, and a continuous stretch of 3.2 kilometers of sandy beach. Sandy Point beach is unique in that it has deep near shore water and lacks ...

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Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail

Established in 2000 for the preservation, protection and interpretation of traditional Native Hawaiian culture and natural resources, the Ala Kahakai NHT is a 175-mile trail corridor full of cultural and historical significance. It traverses through hundreds of ancient Hawaiian settlement sites and through over 200 ahupua'a, or traditional sea ...

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Vieques National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge contains several ecologically distinct habitats including; beaches, coastal lagoons, mangrove wetlands, and upland forested areas. Some of excellent examples of sub-tropical dry forest in the Caribbean can be found on refuge lands. The marine environment surrounding the refuge contains coral reefs and sea grass beds. ...

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