2628 Outdoors- Other to Explore in United States
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Outdoors- Other to Explore in United States
17 Mile House Farm Park is part of a 70-acre Arapahoe County Open Space which includes an 1860s mile house, barn and silo along the historic Smoky Hill/Cherokee Trail route to Denver. It was originally a log cabin, much of which can still be seen.These houses were named based on their distances to downtown Denver. Here travelers could get meals, spend the night, and rest their animals. Of the original mile houses, only 17 Mile House and 4 Mile House exist today.
A.W. Marion State Park is a popular recreational area located in Pickaway County, Ohio. Named after Arthur William Marion, a former director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the park is known for its scenic beauty, outdoor activities, and opportunities for relaxation.A.W. Marion State Park encompasses approximately 309 acres of natural beauty, including woodlands, meadows, and the picturesque Hargus Lake.
Abbaye Peninsula, offers stunning views of Lake Superior. The peninsula is just under ten miles long and features scenic trails, spacious campgrounds, lakeshore beach accesses, a quaint marina and breathtaking limestone cliffs engulfed by wildflowers. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the shores of Rapids Bay Beach to refresh immersed in spectacular waters or gaze at the starry night skies while rug-up camping near Cozy Corner.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a mile-long road lined with shops, restaurants, and galleries located in the southern part of Venice, Los Angeles, California. It stretches from Washington Boulevard to Main Street and is home to one-of-a–kind local goods as well as internationally recognized brands. The street has numerous international flagship stores, boutiques, art galleries, salons, and fitness studios. Abbot Kinney is also a popular nightlife spot.
Adams Lake State Park is a recreational area situated around Adams Lake, the park offers a variety of outdoor activities and natural beauty for visitors to enjoy. The park encompasses wooded areas, open spaces, and the lake itself, providing opportunities for both relaxation and recreation.Adams Lake serves as a focal point for many activities within the park. It offers fishing, boating, and swimming opportunities, making it a popular destination for water enthusiasts.
Addis Gap, is a beloved mountain pass that connects the towns of Clayton and Dillard. Residents have been enjoying the views of this scenic passage for centuries - with glimpses at gorgeous vistas of lakes, forests and wildflowers. Addis Gap itself is narrow and full of tight curves, commonly referred to by locals as ‘the switchbacks’ due to its intertwining nature. Despite its tricky terrain when driving, many visitors take trips to this gap to explore the Appalachian Trail.
Adirondack Park is a vast and diverse wilderness area located in the northeastern part of New York State, including portions in St. Lawrence County. Established in 1892, it is the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States, covering approximately 6.1 million acres. The park is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, encompassing a wide range of landscapes, including dense forests, rugged mountains, pristine lakes, and meandering rivers.
Adventure Playground is an urban park and adventure playground in Berkeley, California, located at the Berkeley Marina.The adventure playground model, sometimes referred to as a "junk playground," is to provide children with the resources to build. The available tools include saws, hammers, workbenches, and nails. The legal liability raised by giving children relatively unrestricted access to these tools has made adventure playgrounds rare in the United States.
Agua Fria National Monument is in the U.S. state of Arizona. There is over 450 distinct Native American structures have been recorded in the monument, some of large pueblos containing more than 100 rooms each. The enhanced protection status also provides greater habitat protection for the numerous plant and animal communities.
Ah-Nab-Awen Park is the perfect location for a day outdoors. It offers something for everyone with its hiking and biking trails, fishing pier, playgrounds, golf course and scenic boardwalk with views of the Grand River. This park is one of the most visited locations in Kent County due to its wide range of activities as well as its beautiful landscape. There are many different options for picnicking or just relaxing by the river and taking in the beauty around you.
The 1,253-acre preserve, which includes a 3½-acre park and 250 acres of aquatic habitat, is on the Colorado Indian Tribes Reservation and is a top spot in the area for bird-watching and hiking.The 4½-mile hiking trail has exercise stations along the way, and a trail extension will lead you to the tribal historical museum and gift shop. Activities include fishing, canoeing, and swimming along a peaceful section of Colorado River backwater
Aiken Canyon is one of the last high-quality examples of the southern Front Range foothills ecosystem. The preserve is composed of a mosaic of habitat types, including shrublands, tallgrass prairie meadows, pinyon juniper woodlands and mixed coniferous woodlands.The preserve consists of foothills, shrub and woodland ecosystems and is 12.4 miles southeast from Colorado Springs located on the eastern slope of the Rampart Range which is within a smaller foothill system of the Front Range
The Al Sabo Preserve is a magnificent natural area with rolling hills and forests that are home to several species of animals, making it an ideal destination for both avid hikers and wildlife watchers alike. This pristine environment contains a variety of ecosystems including wetlands, meadows, forests and streams. Over six miles of walking trails weave throughout the preserve providing access to many areas that can’t be explored from the roads.
Alafia River State Park, is a popular destination for hikers and nature-lovers. The park contains 6 miles of trails and offers impressive views of river bluffs, small rapids and a diverse array of wilderness flora and fauna. With its array of camping facilities, cabins and fishing spots. Additionally, the park provides various organized activities such as canoeing trips and bird watching, giving visitors a chance to take full advantage of the natural beauty surrounding them.
The Alameda Creek Regional Trail runs from the mouth of Niles Canyon in Fremont to the San Francisco Bay, allowing recreational access to the levees on both sides of Alameda Creek and its flood control channel. The trail on each side of the creek is roughly 12 miles long. The trail on the south bank provides access to Coyote Hills Regional Park. An additional 3.5-mile-loop trail off the Alameda Creek Trail, into and out of Coyote Hills, and back onto the Alameda Creek Trail.
Alamo Lake State Park is located about 37 miles north of Wenden and offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities in the Bill Williams River Valley. It features camping facilities and attracts wildlife enthusiasts, as the park is home to numerous wildlife species including the bald eagle. The park's remoteness and distance from cities also makes it a destination for stargazing, as is the darkest sky state park in Arizona.
Alamo Lake State Park is one of the best places to fish for bass in Arizona. The crystal clear lake is surrounded by mountainous terrain speckled with brush, wildflowers and cacti making for a visually pleasing experience. The park has good wildlife viewing opportunities, and you may spot a bald or golden eagle.
The Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge covers 11,169 acres of high desert uplands and riparian wetlands in the San Luis Valley.The site consists of wet meadows, river oxbows and riparian corridor primarily within the flood plain of the Rio Grande, and dry uplands vegetated with greasewood and saltbush. These areas support a small but rich biodiversity including songbirds, water birds, raptors, red fox, mule deer, black bear, beaver and coyotes.
The Alapaha River Wildlife Management Area offers an incredible wildlife-watching experience. Here, visitors will find a rich array of waterfowl and wading birds like great blue herons, marsh hawks and egrets. The area also contains upland habitats populated with wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, bobwhite quail and rabbits. Fishing opportunities abound on the river's warmouth bass, redbreast sunfish and bluegill as well as in the beaver ponds stocked with largemouth bass.
The Albany Bulb is a former construction debris landfill on San Francisco Bay where people have been making informal outdoor sculptures and paintings for decades. It's home to 150 species of birds, huge trees, wildflowers, amazing views, and lots of walking trails.The Bulb is part of the City of Albany, and can be reached via Buchanan Street or the Bay Trail along the east side of San Francisco Bay.