Thursday, June 4, 2015

Pin It Weekly #107

So you know about the new camper.  The one that took months to choose.  That one.  I figured that since we're now in the throes of summer, and we are hoping to do some serious traveling, that I might begin a board of state and national parks.  Oh my, there are a few!
Watkins Glen State Park, New York. Within two miles, the glen's stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs, generating 19 waterfalls along its course.

I've had to narrow my search a bit.  I'm into waterfalls, so here are waterfalls in the good ole USA.  Enjoy!

Letchworth State Park. New York | Family Vacation Ideas

The 12 Most Beautiful State Parks In Minnesota

The breathtaking Matthiessen State Park in Utica, Illinois was listed as "44 Places Your Friends Don't Know About" by @Midwest Living Where's your favorite hidden gem in #Illinois?

On my bucket list to see! Niagara Falls, New York State Park, USA

Corkscrew Falls – Hocking Hills State Park – Ohio, USA Photo by Steve Perry.

Natural Falls State Park in eastern Oklahoma features a 77-foot waterfall and was the location for the movie "Where the Red Fern Grows."

Starved Rock State Park — Waterfalls and gorgeous rock formations in Utica, Illinois

Ricketts Glen State Park is home to 22 waterfalls, mountains and gorgeous 200 year old trees! Located in Benton, Pennsylvania.

See the top waterfalls in America.

Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Tip: For a full day trip, you can combine a visit to Falling Waters with a tour of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, which is about a half hour away. (Two thumbs up! LH)

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon.

Mineral Springs Falls, Worlds End State Park, Pennsylvania

Located near Raystown Lake in Trough Creek State Park.

Glade Mill, Babcock State Park, Pennsylvania | Ron Lafleur

1 comment:

Kaja said...

I love waterfalls too. I hope you'll post some photos when you get to visit some of these in person.