Explore America’s very first national park! Kids can watch Old Faithful erupt and compete in the “Yellowstone Wildlife Olympics” to test their skills against park animals.
Surround yourself with 225 million-year-old fossilized wood—kids can go on play pretend fossil digs and meet artists to learn about traditional Native American arts and crafts.
Go for a nature hike around billion-year-old rocks. Your kids will be amazed to learn how the deep canyons were formed through the power of erosion!
Visit the tallest trees on earth, go camping, and view wildlife—including whales, elk, and the banana slug!
Hike through the Great Smoky Mountains to discover wildlife and waterfalls.
Marvel at the power of glaciers by hiking, bird watching, fishing, and picnicking in this park!
Go on a boat tour and explore the Everglades wetlands—you could even spot a crocodile or a manatee!
Explore the world’s longest system of caves through a hands-on cave tour.
All photos courtesy of the National Parks Service.