National Park Photo Feature of the Week: Everybody’s National Parks/Shenandoah

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About these photos»

  • Place: Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
  • Date: August 2017 & April 2019
  • Photo Credit: Danielle (Everybody’s National Parks)
  • Pictured (above): South River Falls Trail. We hiked down the South River Falls Trail and returned on the AT – Appalachian Trail. This photo is on the AT shortly after we saw a black bear less than 100 feet from the trail. Photo taken during spring break April 2019.
  • Pictured (Below): This photo was taken during a photography workshop not far from Big Meadows in August 2017.
  • Why they are some of my favorites: Shenandoah holds a special place in my heart. I consider it our home park even though we live far from it. I’ve been coming to Shenandoah since I was in college. It’s the first park I visited with Bryan and the first park we took our kids to. I day dream of bringing my grandchildren here one day.

Meet Danielle from Everybody’s National Park

I’m Danielle and along with my husband Bryan and our 2 junior rangers we host Everybody’s National Parks, an audio guide podcast promoting family adventure in our national parks. “It’s like having a ranger in your pocket.” We created the podcast we were looking for to help plan and prepare for our trips.–Written by Danielle from Everybody’s National Parks

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