Wild New York

The Adirondacks, Catskills, and Finger Lakes are particularly well known for their wild places, but every region of the state offers something special. Here’s where to go to get outdoors in New York state.

Wisconsin’s Potawatomi State Park

Unfolding along the western edge of Sturgeon Bay, Potawatomi State Park offers a range of activity options, including sightseeing, hiking, and biking. Learn more about visiting or camping at Potawatomi.

Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping

Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping is a 206-page compact guide covering the region’s best campsites, including those along the Gallatin, Madison, and Yellowstone Rivers. Writer, photographer, and naturalist Becky Lomax provides insight on each campsite, including the number of campgrounds, tips on gear selection and maintenance, clothing and footwear suggestions, and camping ethics. […]

Kayaking the Potomac River

Viewing the city from inside a 40-pound shell of fiberglass could be intimidating, but instead it offers welcome perspective. Learn more about Michaela Riva Gaaserud’s experiences on the Potomac, as well as how you can start paddling yourself.