It’s hard not to state at the wildflowers on public lands in Alaska.Over the last few years of glorious adventures, we’ve visited a lot of public lands and taken a lot of favorite National Park photos. While there are (only?) 59 National Parks, there are 417 parks areas including national monuments, preserves and seashores. That doesn’t include land under the Bureau of Land Management or land managed by the Army Corps of Engineers or state parks.
We’re fans of all of it. We don’t really care who manages it.
If you’re curious to learn more about the parks, you can read about the history of the National Parks, or check out Ken Burns’ truly fantastic documentary on the subject (but maybe save it for the winter when you’re not as inclined to be outside).
Throughout our adventures on federal public lands we’ve seen some breathtaking things. At least twice I’ve been so overwhelmed by it that I’ve literally cried.
Here are some of our favorite National Park photos of the things we’ve seen.
Hi, I just found your blog. I look forward to reading more about it. My boyfriend has been to Alaska many times hunting and fishing. We are seriously thinking about moving to Alaska.
We are glad you found us!