Friday, April 23, 2010

New Jersey State Parks

New Jersey State Parks
New Jersey has the third largest state park system in the nation, with 36 parks, 11 forests, 4 recreation areas, 42 natural areas, 23 historic sites, 4 marinas and 1 golf course. Many of New Jersey’s 19 light houses are preserved in state parks, including Barnegat Lighthouse, Cape May Point Light house and Sandy Hook Lighthouse.

High point State park is named after the state’s tallest peak and has swimming and water sports on Lake Marcia in summer and cross-country skiing in winter. The Appalachian Trail comes through here. Wharton State Forest, New Jersey’s largest, contains the Baste State Historic Site, a restored late 18th and 19th century pinelands ironworking village.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Nice US Tourist Photos

Bright Angel Creek near Phantom Ranch at Grand Canyon
View from Yaki Point
Fiery Furnace with Salt Valley background


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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Nice photos / Canyon National Recreation Area

North Rim
Winter Pine
Canyon Sunset

Lake Powell, part of the Glen Canyon national Recreation Area is a stark meeting of water and stone, with nearly 2000 mi of meandering shoreline resulting from the construction of Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. Side canyons and coves hold Indian ruins, rock art, and natural wonders such as the Rainbow Bridge National Monument. To get here from Monticello, take U.S. 191 South and US 95 west. From U.S. 95 you could also branch south on Route 276 west. Spring and fall are the best times to visit - summer temperatures are often over 100 degree F.