Wyoming’s 80-mile-long Wind River Range forms part of the Continental Divide. This remote Wilderness Area contains seven of the ten largest remaining glaciers in the continental U.S. and encompasses more than 10,000 lakes. The highest peak in the range is Gannet Peak at 13,804 feet.

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Dallas is drier than Houston and since we’re camping right on the lake, I’m hoping for some wind! We’ve never camped at this park before but I’ve had my eye on it for awhile.

It looks like there might be a fireworks show at the lake (probably not from the state park). I’ll look into this more.

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Camping close to Houston! You don’t have to drive too far this one and you can cool off in the river.
The park is nice and there are plenty of shaded areas. A little hiking and river. Grab a tube or chair and let’s relax!

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By Andrew Binkley Heading to one of these big cities anytime soon? Make sure you get a little “nature away” time with this great list! Every city-dweller loves a good getaway. Spending time in nature is often as easy as finding a local park or quiet place. Every major urban center offers some great camping…

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Let’s get out of town and hit some water that you don’t mind getting in! We can SUP upstream or try to SUP in the whitewater. In between SUP’ing, swim (yes… actually swim!) or hang out in the park. There is a small trial where you can walk along the river as well.

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Located in north-central Wyoming, the Big Horn Mountains are a sister range of the Rocky Mountains. No region in Wyoming is provided with a more diverse landscape — from lush grasslands to alpine meadows, from crystal-clear lakes to glacial carved valleys, from rolling hills to sheer mountain walls.

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Cycle the open, scenic trails around Barker Reservoir & George Bush Park on the west side of Houston. These are flat, paved trails with the wind as your primary challenge.  This is great for cyclers who want to start distance riding, practice shifting, and keeping pace with a cycling group.

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Yay! You’re interested in learning about 2021 activities! Over the next few weeks, you receive emails about exciting events and trips coming up.  Expore on your own or with others. Click Here to view Member Events Calendar SneakPeak into 2021: We’re looking at more backpacking trips in 2021.  Many of our favorite camping and hiking…

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