Best of the ’Net: The Kid-Friendly and .007 Approved Edition
This week’s Best of the ‘Net includes a virtual way to connect to Alaskan bears, fun things for kids to do in Yosemite, and cool gadgets to make your next camping trip more hi-tech.
- Our 401 national park sites span all 50 states, districts, and territories. The amazing cameras at explore.org can help connect us to these hard-to-get-to park units. Watch these brown bears fish for salmon while cooling off in Brooks Fallsin Katmai National Park and Preserve. Really cool feature alert: You can capture your own photos—here is mine!
- Speaking of Katmai, check out this great in-depth look at the park! This column features 10-year veteran Ranger Roy Wood and includes interesting facts, must-see attractions, favorite spots, and some lesser-known areas to check out.
- Visiting Yosemite? Have kids? Check out this cool “Yosemite for Kids” infographic to ensure that your children have the best experience!
- Check out this list of hi-tech ways to “Go Camping like James Bond with this Crazy Tech Gear.” Knowing .007, this list of technology is just the tip of the iceberg, and a fun way to see what is out there as far as innovative camping solutions are concerned.
-Megan Cantrell, Senior Coordinator of Member Engagement