lost creek falls hiking trail

Hike to Lost Creek Falls (Cornucopia, Wisconsin)

We hiked the 3-mile out-and-back Lost Creek Falls Trail for the first time during fall color season. What’s already a very beautiful wooded trail was made extra pretty with the bright reds and yellows. Here’s why you’ll want to check out this trail, too… What We Loved about Lost Creek Falls Trail The Blended Forest … Keep reading…

camping in the bighorns

Camping in the Bighorn Mountains

The best thing about camping in the Bighorn Mountains of northcentral Wyoming is you have all the beauty and wildlife with none of the crowds. Seriously. Our family has camped here twice now—once in the north half and once in the south half. Both were outstanding camping experiences. Campgrounds in the Bighorns There are a … Keep reading…

Outdoorsy: The Airbnb of the RV World

The creative folks at Outdoorsy took a concept that already works in one sphere—rental homes and rooms—and transferred it to a new sphere—the RV world. Brilliant! According to the RV Industry Association, 25 million Americans traveled by RV this past spring and summer of 2019 (read more here). Don’t have an RV? Well, now you … Keep reading…

Camping in Glacier: Two Medicine Campground

Is Two Medicine the most beautifully-situated campground I’ve camped in yet? Yes. A resounding Yes! Two Medicine Campground in Glacier National Park has a stunning setting along Two Medicine Lake, surrounded by the mountain peaks this park is known for. Though big, it’s surprisingly quiet and even semi-private, depending on your site. When we were … Keep reading…

9 Ways to Survive the Crowds in the Outdoors’ Most Popular Places

There’s really just one drawback of visiting our most beautiful, popular natural resources: Everyone else is there, too! How do we visit these places like Yellowstone, Glacier, Banff, the Grand Canyon (and popular parks and nature destinations in your own state) and survive the crowds? We don’t want to not go, because these places are … Keep reading…