Welcome to McCormick Farm in Steele’s Tavern, Virginia.
I love McCormick Farm! You can step back in time as you tour historic buildings, see where the grain reaper was invented, walk along the stream and more!The McCormick family took really good care of this place so we could enjoy it today.
These historic buildings were built before 1800!Cyrus McCormick invented the grain reaper. That meant farmers didn’t have to harvest those crops by hand anymore! What an important invention!There’s a mill here. These are the big gears that turned by water power to grind grain!There are over 600 acres to explore here!For a day’s worth of fun, education and more, come and explore the McCormick Farm! It’s free and pets are welcome! It’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Capitol Reef National Park in Torrey, Utah.
There is lots to do at Capitol Reef National Park! You can explore cool canyons, watch wildlife and even see messages carved into the cliff walls from over a thousand years ago!Check out my short and really awful video about Capitol Reef National Park!
The cliffs and rocks here are all different colors.I saw lots of deer and even a huge ground squirrel here!There are lots of hiking trails…come and try one out!Capitol Reef National Park is definitely one of my favorite places. I thought the petroglyphs were some of the coolest things ever! You can walk and explore…and watch wildlife. Capitol Reef National Park is definitely
Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Palo Duro Canyon State Park in Canyon, Texas.
This park is known to everyone who visits as “The Grand Canyon of Texas” and now I know why. They’re right! Not only is it cool to look at, there’s lots of cool stuff to do here, too.Holy smokes! Look at that view!You can hike and camp and picnic… or bicycle or even rent a horse.You can see a real live Texas Longhorn – look at those crazy horns!I had a lot of fun running the trails! And later I’m going to cool off in the stream!There’s TONS to do at Palo Duro Canyon State Park. I felt like a cowboy there! What a great place to get outside and explore! Of course pets are welcome! It’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Wolf River Nature Area in Memphis, Tennessee.
The Wolf River Nature Area is an awesome place to go exploring! This section includes 2 miles of paved trails.I had a nice walk on their trail along the Wolf River. There’s a pond on the other side with ducks.They have neat stuff to read about the Wolf River.
I had a great time exploring the Wolf River Greenway. You can bike or hike or canoe. You can watch birds and look at all the different kinds of trees. Come on down and get outside! My favorite part is that pets are welcome! It’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, Tennessee.
Shelby Farms Park is an amazing place! There are 4500 acres to explore, and there’s even an off-leash dog park! This is their super cool visitors’ center!They really do have buffalo!You can even adopt a buffalo. How cool is that?!Shelby Farms Park has so much to do. You can bike or hike or canoe. You can watch birds or go fishing or picnic! They even have an awesome new Woodland Discovery Playground! Now that is Mr. Pish Approved for sure!!
Welcome to Hagood Mill Historic Site in Pickens, South Carolina.
Now I know that sounds boring, but it’s not! There are so many ways to have fun at Hagood Mill!You can explore, hike, picnic and learn cool things!
This is the pretty stream that runs past the Mill!There’s so much to see here. I need to take a quick break!Hmmm, what should I explore next?5000 years old?! Now that’s old!Can you imagine having to carve your bowl out of a big rock? WOW!With so many neat things to do, you could spend a whole day at Hagood Mill! I love learning and being outside, and pets are welcome! Hagood Mill is Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Vian, Oklahoma.
You can hike their nature trails or drive their auto route… or both! I couldn’t believe all the wildlife I saw at Sequoyah NWR! There’s lots of water here, which is great for migrating birds and waterfowl!I saw thousands of snow geese and tons of ducks!This kingfisher let me take his picture!I saw a muskrat, but obviously there are beavers here!I saw hawks and eagles, and even this eagle nesting!I had a great time exploring at Sequoyah NWR. This was one of the best wildlife stops in my trip. With almost 21,000 acres to explore near where the Arkansas and Canadian Rivers meet – you’re bound to see something! And it’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Red Rock Canyon State Park in Hinton, Oklahoma.
There I was, driving along pretty farm country when BAM! The road started going down and the next thing I knew I was in a beautiful Red Rock Canyon!There are lots of cool things to explore here!Some people go climbing or camping or just hiking.They have really nice picnic areas here too. Red Rock Canyon was really fun to explore! You can ride your bicycle here or go hiking or use the swimming pool during the summer. It’s a great place to go for a walk…and don’t forget to bring your dog! It’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to U. S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Talk about fun! You can hike or bike or climb or paddle! There’s so much to do here, I don’t know where to start!
This rafting course is all man-made. Our Olympic athletes train here!Here is part of the course. You can rent kayaks here too! Or you can climb their really cool rock wall!
Make sure to stop in at the Visitors’ Center! I got to sit in a kayak there!
When I visited, the water wasn’t running.
But lots of people were walking and biking the trails around the park!
I had a great time exploring the U.S. National Whitewater Center. It was fun walking where Olympic athletes had been! There’s so much to do here, come on down and get outside! My favorite part is that pets are welcome!
It’s Mr. Pish Approved!
Welcome to Clayton Lake State Park in Clayton, New Mexico.
At Clayton Lake State Park you can see ancient dinosaur tracks!
There are over 500 of them recorded here!
You can go for a nice walk around the reservoir.That will lead you to the Dinosaur Trackway!!!!Look at the size of that fossilized dinosaur print!
Here’s a whole trail of dinosaur tracks! If you look at the hillside, you’ll notice tons of lava rocks from a volcano!
There’s lots to do at Clayton Lake State Park: fishing, hiking, bird watching, boating and of course discovering dinosaur tracks! My favorite part is that pets are welcome! Clayton Lake State Park is definitely Mr. Pish Approved!