Autumn is a great time to visit our National Parks. The crowds are smaller and the weather is cooler. Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is an excellent place to take advantage of the outdoor activities this time of year. Over 300,000 acres encompassing the Teton Mountain Range.

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Kirtland, Ohio is a small town in northeast Ohio approximately 20 minutes east of Cleveland. Well-known for being the location of the first Mormon Temple (LDS), Kirtland has quite a few attractions worth exploring in this scenic town.

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Micanopy, Florida, pronounced (mick-ah-no-pea), has been described as quaint, adorable, rustic and even nicknamed “the town that time forgot“.  Micanopy is located eleven miles south of Gainesville and is definitely old Florida with quite a remarkable history and interesting things to see.

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So what exactly is a Devil’s Millhopper? It’s Florida’s only Geological State Park. The park is in Gainesville and was established in 1974, 64 acres of Florida’s natural beauty with a massive 120-foot deep 500-foot wide limestone sinkhole.

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio is right in my backyard.  I think sometimes this is one national park that may get overlooked by visitors to our state.  There are countless fun things to do year round in this 33,000 acre national park.

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