Take a deep breath, mom and dad. Actually, don’t.
Visit forests and rivers on these incredible hikes.
Trek through the country's heartland with your miniatures.
Explore the desert with your little ones.
Nonstop swimming for the kids and nonstop vistas for the adults
Introduce your little ones to the Rockies on these incredible treks.
Share America’s best idea with your children at these parks any adventurous family will love.
Waterfalls, lush forests, and magnificent creekside views make this 5-mile out-and-back through Cliff Falls Wilderness a superb dayhike in northern Georgia.
Climbing granite slickrock to a highpoint above DuPont State Forest, this 4.4-mile loop jogs back down into a dense forest toward a trailside swimming hole.
Cruise the northern reaches of Zion's monumental canyon on this 2-mile out-and-back that skirts the Virgin River, winds past hanging gardens, and touches the crimson-stained cliffs of the Narrows.
Pass a waterfall, open meadows, lodgepole stands and a sparkling backcountry lake on this easy, 3.8-mile stroll through the heart of Yellowstone National Park.
End your hike with a splash on this 2.8-mile out-and-back to a Pisgah National Forest swimming hole oasis.