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Ravenwind
Is this app available for Windows 8.1?
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Ancient Cultures, Archaeology, Backpacking, Bears, Bicycling, Canoeing, Cross-country Skiing, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Wildlife Watching, Bird Watching, Native American History, Deer, Fossils, Elk, Geology, Marine Life, Snowshoeing, Moose, Flora & Fauna, Mountain Lions, Wildflowers, Wolves, Camping, Hiking, Winter Sports
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Ask_Erika
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Hi Ravenwind,

Thanks for reaching out to us! Our Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder app is currently available for iPhone and Android. You can also access our app's interface on our website's homepage: ohranger.com. We love hearing from people using the app, and with input like yours it will continue to encourage more people to visit more of our country's great parks!


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American Park Network

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GerryD
Why was it named elephant butt where is the elephant ?
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Some say that Elephant Butte Lake State Park, located at Elephant Butte Reservoir in New Mexico, got its name because the butte, which is now an island in the lake, looks like an elephant.

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Janis Mil...
I know many state parks allow dogs as long as they are leashed and you clean up. What are the rules for the national parks? Thanks jmilford
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Jewel Cave National Monument, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Yellowstone National Park, Montana, Archaeology, Astronomy/Stargazing, Swimming, Fossils, Ranger-led Programs, Geology, Historic Sites, Camping, History/Culture, Kids Activities, Park Passes and Fees, Photography
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Ask_Chris...
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Please refer to the National Park Service's website for specific details about visiting national parks with your pets. More information can be found by searching for individual parks on nps.gov.

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Hidden Cave Archaeological Area

Four school boys in the mid-1920s are believed to be the first 20th century humans to visit Hidden Cave. Since their visit, the cave has been excavated three times—1940, 1951, 1979-80. The cave is believed to have been carved out approximately 21,000 years ago by the waves of Lake ...

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echalmers
Parks in Southern New Jersey near 08215 zipcode
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New Jersey, Archaeology, Native American History, Health & Fitness, Hiking, Picnicking
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Ask_Maega...
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There are 10 parks, refuges, and forests within 25 miles of zip code 08215. You can find a list by clicking here!

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King Peak

King Peak, the highest point in the range at 4,088 feet, is only three miles from the ...

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Celebration Park

At Celebration Park, Idaho’s only archaeological park, one can observe American Indian petroglyphs, thousands of years old, while interpretive specialists share expert knowledge of native culture and ...

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Pueblo la Plata

About 3,000 people lived in various villages built on Perry Mesa within the monument between A.D. 1250 and 1450. Pueblo la Plata is a large stone masonry pueblo that showcases a major settlement by the Perry Mesa Tradition people, the last large group to occupy the area. These extensive ...

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tallpedro
Where can I buy just the Yellowstone Oh, Ranger! guide book?
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Yellowstone National Park, Archaeology, Food/Dining, Boating, Geology, Flora & Fauna, Caving, Camping, Climbing, Fishing, History/Culture, Hiking, Kids Activities, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Photography, Hunting, Preservation, Volcanology, Picnicking, Regional Activities, RVing, Tennis, Touring, Water Sports, Winter Sports
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ask_erica
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Thanks for your interest in our Oh, Ranger! Yellowstone National Park guide. Many park visitors love our handy little booklet. The best way to get a copy is to call us at 212-581-3380. We'd be happy to ship a copy in the mail.

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