7 Tips for Safety on Trail With Kids

We adventure with our kids to make memories, but many fear about safety on the trail. The good news is, […]

Backpacking 102: Taking the Kids

Backpacking is often the next adventure after successfully taking on longer hikes and car camping. Similarly, backpacking with kids is […]

6 Helpful websites to make outdoor adventure planning easy

Winter is my favorite time to start adventure planning for my family’s summer vacation. When I’m cooped up indoors on […]

Avalanche Safety When Hiking in the Winter

If you hike, sled, snowshoe, tube, ski, snowboard, snowmobile, bike, drive or even just live in the mountains, you need […]

Need a Kid-Friendly Podcast for the Car? ‘You’re Welcome’

Oh, the infamous long car ride with kids. Whether you’re traveling for the holidays, on your way to the mountains […]

5 Comfy and Cozy Winter Carriers for Babywearing

Babywearing in the colder, winter months is a great way to stay hands-free and warm – and still get all […]

Conservationist Series – Theodore Roosevelt

This is a continuation of our conservationist series. Each post will detail a conservationist’s life, notable accomplishments and ways the […]

Kids’ Perspective: 5 things kids like about hiking in the rain and cold

Cooler, wet temperatures and shorter days tend to keep families indoors during this time of year. It’s a lot of […]

Tick Prevention in Colder Months

“Tick season is finally over, right?” Well … not quite. Technically, every season is “tick season.” Contrary to popular belief, ticks don’t […]

Easy DIY Nature-Inspired Costume Ideas

It’s not a secret that kids love to dress in costume – be it a pirate, fairy, police officer, dinosaur, […]

Conservationist Series – Verplanck Colvin

This is a continuation of our conservationist series. Each post will detail a conservationist’s life, notable accomplishments and ways the […]

10 Outdoors Activities for Preschoolers

Looking for outdoor activity ideas for your preschooler? Here are some simple and easy ways to get outdoors with your […]

Conservationist Series – Rachel Carson

This is a continuation of our conservationist series. Each post will detail a conservationist’s life, notable accomplishments and ways the […]

How To Make Your Own Pinhole Viewer for the Eclipse

Are you ready? The United States is about to witness an amazing spectacle it hasn’t seen in over 45 years.  […]

Ten Easy Outdoors Activities for Toddlers

This post (Activities for Toddlers) is a continuation of our Outdoor Activities series. Our goal with this series is to […]

A is for Alphabet Themed Hikes

Camping under the stars, building stick forts, wadding through the creek, and fishing with Dad have been fond memories of […]

Total Solar Eclipse 2017 – How Will You Be Viewing?

Excitement is running high for the upcoming Total Solar Eclipse that will occur over North America on August 21, 2017. […]

Simple, Quick and Easy Outdoor Activities for Infants

We all know that it’s great to get kids outside and that nature play has a multitude of benefits, but […]

Conservationist Series – John Audubon

This is a continuation of our conservationist series. Each post will detail a conservationist’s life, notable accomplishments and ways the […]

Conservationist Series: Mardy Murie

Wife. Mother. Naturalist.  Author.  Adventurer. Conservationist. Mardy Murie has been called the “Grandmother of the Conservation Movement.” Along with her […]