Visit the memorial commemorating Charles Young and his Buffalo Soldiers, erected in 2013 in Wilberforce, Ohio, by the United States National Park Service.
Iowa is the second largest agricultural-producing state in the U.S. and the home of sliced bread. It’s also home to several historical national monuments.
The 29th largest landmass state, Arkansas’ National parks contain a treasure trove of sights and educational opportunities both natural and historical.
Kansas, the 34th state in the Union, hosts several National Parks, each that offer a view of U.S. history from the heartland.
Missouri boasts seven National Parks – including the homes of U.S. presidents Ulysses S. Grant and Harry S. Truman.
The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation is intent on embracing the unique ethos of the man the library will celebrate, while combining it with the singular spirit of the land on which it resides
From the badlands of South Dakota to the rolling hills and ridges in North Dakota, once roamed by native tribes for eons before European settlers and the first Americans first blazed trails west, this far-flung section of Americana is not one to be missed for outdoor enthusiasts of every skill or interest level.
Among the beautiful terrain, Indiana’s 3 National Parks offer quiet and solace, an oasis set between the bustling metropolitan hubs of Chicago and Cleveland, Bloomington, and Indianapolis.