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California Parks Celebrating 150 Years, Opens Major Artifacts Collections Center

California Parks Celebrating 150 Years, Opens Major Artifacts Collections CenterCalifornia's State Parks system turns 150 years old in 2014, and this year promises to offer visitors an abundance of great things to see and experience as they come to the Golden State for a little fun and recreation.

"This is an exciting time for California State Parks, as we will be commemorating our Sesquicentennial year and looking ahead to the future of the system," said Major General Anthony L. Jackson, USMC (Ret.), Director of California State Parks.
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Dude Ranches

Time to Explore Colorado’s Dude & Guest Ranches

Time to Explore Colorado’s Dude & Guest Ranches As the temperatures rise and the snow melts in the Rockies unveiling colorful wildflowers and roaring rivers, Colorado's Dude and Guest Ranches start gearing up for the summer season.

Whether you're looking for a long weekend, a short getaway, a full ...
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Historic Towns

San Francisco’s California Street Cable Cars Running Again

San Francisco’s California Street Cable Cars Running Again Just in time for the 2011 summer influx of tourists, San Francisco's historic California Street Cable Car Line is running again after a six-month pause to make street infrastructure upgrades.

One of three cable car lines in the City, the California St...
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History Colorado Center’s Living West Exhibit Explores Dynamics Between People, Environment

History Colorado Center’s Living West Exhibit Explores Dynamics Between People, Environment Living West, a groundbreaking new 7,000-square-foot exhibit that explores the living dynamics between the people of Colorado and their state's extraordinary environment, will open Nov. 23, 2013 at the History Colorado Center in Denver.

The second of t...
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Historic Towns

Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Returns to ‘Battle of New Orleans’ Tour Service

Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Returns to ‘Battle of New Orleans’ Tour Service The Mississippi River paddlewheeler Creole Queen is once again making daily tours to Chalmette Battlefield from the French Quarter, giving visitors a unique way to reach the site of the 1815 Battle of New Orleans.

The battlefield, part of Jean Lafitte N...
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