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Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site (Kentucky) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. In the fall of 1808, Thomas and Nancy Lincoln settled on the 348 acre Sinking Spring Farm. Two months later on February 12, 1809, Abraham Lincoln was born in a one-room log cabin near the Sinking Spring. Here the Lincolns lived and farmed before moving to land a few miles away at Knob Creek. The area was established by Congress on July 17, 1916. An early 19th century Kentucky cabin, symbolic of the one in which Lincoln was born, is preserved in a memorial building at the site of his birth.  - National Park Service Website
Acadia National Park (Maine) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. Located on the rugged coast of Maine, Acadia National Park encompasses over 47,000 acres of granite-domed mountains, woodlands, lakes and ponds, and ocean shoreline. Such diverse habitats create striking scenery and make the park a haven for wildlife and plants.  - National Park Service Website
Appalachian National Scenic Trail (Maine to Georgia) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,174-mile footpath along the ridgecrests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia. The trail traverses Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia. The Appalachian Trail (A.T.) is used by day, weekend and other short-term hikers, section-hikers and thru-hikers. Thru-hikers hike the entire length of the Trail in one season.  - National Park Service Website
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve (Alaska) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is one of the most remote national park areas, located on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. The Preserve is a remnant of the land bridge that connected Asia with North America more than 13,000 years ago. The majority of this land bridge, once thousands of miles wide, now lies beneath the waters of the Chukchi and Bering Seas. During the glacial epoch this was part of a migration route for people, animals, and plants whenever ocean levels fell enough to expose the land bridge. Archeologists agree that it was across this Bering Land Bridge, also called Beringia, that humans first passed from Asia to populate the Americas. The Preserve's western boundary lies 42 miles from the Bering Strait and the fishing boundary between the United States and Russia.   - National Park Service Website
Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park (Colorado) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison's unique and spectacular landscape was formed slowly by the action of water and rock scouring down through hard Proterozoic crystalline rock. No other canyon in North America combines the narrow opening, sheer walls, and startling depths offered by the Black Canyon of the Gunnison.  - National Park Service Website
Blue Ridge Parkway (Virginia and North Carolina) - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. The Blue Ridge Parkway, sometimes called "America's Favorite Drive", provides both stunning scenery and close-up looks at the natural and cultural history of the southern Appalachian mountains. It is designed as a drive-awhile and stop-awhile experience, so please don't be in a hurry. The Parkway meanders for 469 miles and connects Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks, providing ample opportunities for stops at overlooks, picnic and camping facilities, trails, and wonderful cultural and natural areas.   - National Park Service Website
Bryce Canyon National Park - PLEASE SUPPORT OUR NATIONAL PARKS. At Bryce Canyon National Park, erosion has shaped colorful Claron limestones, sandstones, and mudstones into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles, and mazes. Collectively called "hoodoos," these colorful and whimsical formations stand in horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters along the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in Southern Utah.  - National Park Service Website
Deep Hollow Ranch (New York) - Deep Hollow Ranch lies at the eastern most tip Long Island where ranching has been a way of life for some 350 years. Horse drawn wagons take you on a comfortable and easy tour through scenic pastures, past cattle herds, old barns and Indian artifacts to a sweeping hilltop view of Montauk's rugged cliffs and ocean shoreline. Along the way, our host, Buffalo Bill, entertains with an anecdotal history of this intriguing place. 631-668-2744  - Deep Hollow Ranch Web Site
Ghost Tour.com - Join us for our haunted candlelight tours.  - Ghost Tour.com
Roadside America - Your online guide to offbeat tourist atttractions.  - Roadside America Website

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