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Enjoying nature in Orlando during the coronavirus

Orlando, Florida is known for its exciting theme parks and unique shopping experiences. However, Orlando’s natural side is something to take advantage of, especially because of the many closures due to the COVID-19 virus. Thankfully, there are still many parks and trails that are open, making it easy to enjoy nature in Orlando. Walking in…

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How to support Yosemite National Park from a distance during the coronavirus

National Park Week would usually see Yosemite packed to the brim with nature lovers in search of tumbling waterfalls, goliath granite cliffs, and David Attenborough-worthy wildlife encounters. Instead, campgrounds are empty, trails are deserted, and coyotes, bears, and even bobcats are roaming the roads. Is Yosemite National Park open? The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down…

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How to support Yellowstone National Park from a distance during the coronavirus

There aren’t many national parks as iconic, or as breathtakingly beautiful, as Yellowstone. From Old Faithful and Mount Washburn to towering waterfalls, pristine forests, and fascinating wildlife, Yellowstone National Park is overflowing with must-see sights and experiences. But the world’s first national park, like so many other national parks around the country during the COVID-19…

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How to support Grand Teton National Park from a distance during the coronavirus

The novel coronavirus has created mass uncertainty around the world, affecting businesses, social interaction, and even our National Park System. With National Park Week coming up and the coronavirus pandemic causing businesses and recreational areas across the nation to close, many people will be asking, “Is Grand Teton National Park open?” Like most national parks…

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