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Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge

Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge

The Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, established as a range and breeding ground for pronghorn antelope and other species of wildlife. is a ...
  2 reviews
"Come see the antelope!"
Reviewed by adventureman73
A wonderful place to visit; the wildlife and the views are spectacular, and unlike anything I've ever seen.
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum

The refuge is an important resting and feeding area for birds during the spring and fall migrations. More than 280 species of birds have been seen in ...
  1 review
"Philly's Hidden Natural Jewel"
Reviewed by martytdx
John Heinz provides a sparkling place to see various birdlife, in a setting very near and yet far removed from Philly & Chester nearby.
Maudslay State Park

Maudslay State Park

The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, this Maudslay park features 19th century gardens and plantings, rolling meadows, towering ...
  1 review
Mohawk Trail State Forest

Mohawk Trail State Forest

A clear, cold river cascades through Mohawk Trail State Forest along a pebbled streambed. In this rustic and natural setting, Mohawk Trail offers ...
  4 reviews
"Info For Day Hikers"
Reviewed by billskis
Historic and very scenic.  Hike on the only remaining Indian Trail in Massachusetts. 
Mt. Greylock State Reservation

Mt. Greylock State Reservation

At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest peak in Massachusetts. Acquired by the Commonwealth in 1898, it was Massachusetts first state park. ...
  1 review
"Mount Greylock: Near-perfect rustic camping!"
Reviewed by archer1267
Mt. Greylock is easily one of the most beautiful and pristine parts of the state. I think any Mass. resident should go at least once in his/her lifetime!
Savoy Mountain State Forest

Savoy Mountain State Forest

Savoy Mountain State Forest makes it easy to leave the everyday world behind. Scenic North and South ponds, with wooded edges and hills rising in the ...
  1 review
"I live next door to it."
Reviewed by gatewaylorrie
I live next to Savoy State Forest. It is a beautiful place to visit if you love the outdoors and are coming to the Berkshires . . .
Waconah Falls State Park

Waconah Falls State Park

Waconah Falls State Park offers scenic views of Waconah Falls, picnicking, fishing, and hiking. A trail system leads through open woods along the ...
  1 review
"Awesome Falls!!"
Reviewed by kfeathler
Beautiful falls, I am sure in the spring with more water they are even better
Windsor State Forest

Windsor State Forest

In a region full of rolling hills and mountain streams, Windsor State Forest stands out for the spectacular beauty of cascading falls at Windsor ...
  1 review
"Spectacular"
Reviewed by kfeathler
GO!! it's awesome and Wahconah Falls state park is a few miles up the road (rt 9) for more falls!!
Fisherman's Island State Park

Fisherman's Island State Park

Fisherman's Island State Park is a 2,678-acre park in Charlevoix County that features a park road that travels for two and one-half miles along the ...
  1 review
"Summer fun"
Reviewed by missy811
Fisherman's Island State Park is nestled just South of Charlevoix Michigan. This is a great park for camping or swimming . . .
Harrisville State Park

Harrisville State Park

Harrisville State Park features a campground and day-use area nestled in a stand of pine and cedar trees along the sandy shores of Lake Huron. The ...
  2 reviews
"Harrisville State Park Campground"
Reviewed by barbieh
Rest, Relax, and Stay awhile should be Harrisville State Park's Motto. Kick back and enjoy one of the most beautiful state . . .
Hartwick Pines State Park

Hartwick Pines State Park

Hartwick Pines State Park features one of the few remaining tracts of virgin pines n the Midwest, the Michigan Forest Visitor Center and a logging ...
  2 reviews
"Don't pass it by!"
Reviewed by dolphinboy
If you enjoy serenity and natural beauty, as well as a taste of history, this makes a good side-trip if you're in the vicinity.
Lake Gogebic State Park

Lake Gogebic State Park

Lake Gogebic State Park covers 360 acres and nearly a mile of lake frontage.This park offers shady, lakefront campsites on the shore of Lake Gogebic, ...
  2 reviews
"Amazing Scenery"
Reviewed by ihfarmboy
This had to be one of the nicest trips I have ever taken I have gone to Lake Gogebic and surrounding citys the past 2 years. . . .
Maybury State Park

Maybury State Park

Maybury State Park can be explored on foot, bicycle, horseback or cross-country skis. Maybury's working farm is open all year for visitors to explore ...
  1 review
"Prime Example of Michigan's Beauty"
Reviewed by legoman1
Maybury state park has a wealth of activities to offer anyone of any age. So make sure to visit sometime!
Muskegon State Park

Muskegon State Park

Muskegon State Park is located four miles west of North Muskegon on the shore of Lake Michigan. There are over two miles of shoreline on Lake ...
  1 review
"Just For the Sunsets"
Reviewed by micamper
I love this place. Go to Michigan.org and reserve your site now.
Sterling State Park

Sterling State Park

This park is the only state park on Lake Erie and provides swimming, boating and fishing areas. Nature enthusiasts also will enjoy viewing birds and ...
  1 review
"Very nice park"
Reviewed by km5681
A great place, if your bored on a nice afternoon go check it out with a group of friends its worth it