Camping is an awesome way to enjoy nature’s magical wonders and to create wonderful memories. However, being well prepared for the trip can make a huge difference.
April is a great time to get outdoors with your family, and birding is an activity that the whole family can enjoy — even while hiking, biking or picnicking.
Maybe the two of you know you’re in it for the long haul, or maybe you’re still trying on your relationship for size. No matter where you’re currently at as a couple, your connection to each other can strengthen and grow if you build in time together. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here are a few ideas to help you get started.
This month, take your family hiking! You can try a night hike, a nature hike, an easy hike along a tree-shaded river, or a hike back in time.
April is a great time to get outdoors with your family, and birding is something the whole family can participate in while enjoying other outdoor activities.
Discover the wildlife of Texas! Bring your camera, binoculars, or simply your interest in the outdoors along to special events in state parks near you, or travel along a Great Texas Wildlife Trail for an experience in nature you and your family will never forget.
It’s easy to access trails in the DFW area! For example, there are over 300 city parks in Dallas and more than 200 city parks in Fort Worth, five Texas state parks within a 60 mile radius, and trails available through Dallas County.
For “city-folk,” camping seems like a romantic way to get away from their cell phones and back to nature. So, why don’t you do it more often?
The 2,911 acres of the Mineola Nature Preserve are home to a variety wildlife, big and small, from birds and plants to buffalo and longhorns.
As we quickly find ourselves in the throes of the summer heat here in Texas, many of us would love to get away to the lake.
Two adventure-seekers from Richardson are back home after getting lost while hiking through rough terrain in central California last week.
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