We love exploring the National Parks and all of the other amazing places in the National Park System. There are hundreds of National Monuments and sites to enjoy. We share details about all of the ones we have visited to make your visit a little easier.

United States Supreme Court Building

One of the things to see on your trip to Washington, DC is the Supreme Court Building. Located at the far east end of the National Mall across from the Capitol building, the Supreme Court is open to visitors. Tours start on either side of the stairs and you can actually…


Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument is a long way off the beaten path for us at Utah's Adventure Family. It is located in central Florida, and we visited on a recent trip to DisneyWorld. This National Monument is a great way to spend a few hours learning some amazing American…


Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument, located east of Cedar City, is a smaller, quieter version of Bryce Canyon. Cedar Breaks sits at an elevation over 10,000 feet, and for this reason, it is only open to visitors from Memorial Day to mid-October. In the winter months, the snow is deep and roads…


Devils Postpile National Monument

Not many people have visited Devils Postpile National Monument because it is so far off the beaten path. This geologic feature is located on the east side of Yosemite near a small town called Mammoth Lakes.   It can be a bit of a headache to visit Devils Postpile, too, because…

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It is one of our favorite waterfalls ever!

Rainbow Falls in Devils Postpile National Monument

Rainbow Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Devils Postpile National Monument in California. There is a short hike to the waterfall, and you have to ride the shuttle into the monument, so make sure to click on the link above for those details.   To begin the hike to Rainbow Falls,…