Destinations

Yellowstone Association Institute: Classes for Individuals, Groups and Families

"Yellowstone for Families" is a multi-night experiential vacation offered in conjunction with lodging operator Xanterra Parks & Resorts. This perennial favorite was named"Best Summer Family Camp in America" by "Good Morning America" and Family Fun magazine.

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Taos Pueblo is the oldest inhabited location in America.

“Remote” Taos, New Mexico: Desert History, Art, Dining, Mountain Recreation

By Kevin Kalley -

The Spanish village of Taos dates from 1540 when the area was first visited by European explorers from Francisco Vasquez de Coronado's expedition across the southwest of the new world.

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Bryant Shock demonstrates panning for gold at Wood's Creek

Tuolumne County – Your Personal Gold Mine Near Yosemite?

By David Currier -

Fortunately for us, several of the gold rush settlements remain for history buffs and nostalgia lovers to enjoy. Four of these precious nuggets, Jamestown, Sonoma, Groveland and Columbia, and the nearby splendor of Yosemite National Park shimmer under the glorious California sunshine - an [...]

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Yellowstone Expedition Guide – Sheep Eaters, Frontier Fiction and Surgical Scapels

By David Currier -

Yellowstone might be viewed as Nature’s ongoing, scientific “experiment” wrapped in myth, remnants of horrific volcanic eruptions, and a remarkable collection of animal life. It is a gigantic petri dish!! A visit (or several) to Yellowstone provokes thoughtful reflection on life, and may [...]

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National Parks – Presidential Retreats

By David Currier -

Xanterra has hosted numerous other U.S. presidents and their families in national parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Canyon as well as lesser-known state parks including Maumee Bay State Park in northwestern Ohio. The company most recently hosted President Obama in the luxurious Kingsmill [...]

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Pragosa Springs, Colorado – Spring Break

Pagosa Springs is located in the Colorado Sunbelt along the western slope of the Continental Divide in southwest Colorado. Pagosa is home to the world’s deepest geothermal hot springs aquifer.

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Quirky Science Found in California’s Death Valley National Park

Regular visitors to Death Valley include several domestic and international automobile manufacturers looking to determine the effects of extreme sun and heat on vehicle’s mechanical components.

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A Yellowstone Seminar – An Extraordinary Experience

Field seminars are educational park outings taught by experts focusing on topics such as Yellowstone's animals, geology, history and more.

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Greater Yellowstone Adventure Packages

Greater Yellowstone Coalition’s Spring Wildlife Trip offers you the opportunity to watch grizzlies and their cubs; wolves and their pups; and bison with calves that are the color of cinnamon and are in deep contrast to the bright green grass of spring.

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Tsunami! Tsunami! This is Not a Joke!

By David Currier -

“In addition to our collections, we have survivors of past tsunamis, our ‘living archives’, that volunteer their time at the Museum to share a piece of history with you. Come by and ‘talk story’ with them, read the students’ essays, and browse through our Tsunami Stories.”

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