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Jackson and Yellowstone National Park From Salt Lake City

Covid-19 Disclaimer: Make sure to check the status of the states, regions, and establishments in which you’re planning to visit prior to travel. Many regions continue to see high infection rates and deaths, while many states and counties remain under varying stay-at-home orders. Those traveling from areas with high rates of Covid-19 should consider avoiding travel for now in order to reduce spread.

Let’s start with a little geography. Jackson is a city, and it’s located at the south end of Jackson Hole valley in northwest Wyoming. The valley marks the southern end of spectacular Grand Teton National Park, which begins at the southern end of Yellowstone National Park—America’s first national park, covering 3,500 square miles in three states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho).



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For today’s travelers, Jackson is a dreamy destination to nestle yourself in nature. By day, discover all manner of adventure and recreation.

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Visit Estes Park: ‘Base Camp to the Rockies’ Reopens for Recreation

Estes Park is open and waiting for you. Already called the ‘base camp’ to Rocky Mountain National Park, the Town of Estes Park provides a place to stock up on last-minute gear, enjoy a meal, and stretch your legs around a scenic mountain town.

A trip to a national park is all about time in the wilderness. We get it. But taking a few days to enjoy the activities and lodging just outside the park is a great option for anyone traveling with children or bookending their vacation with modern amenities.

The town’s trails and marina offer mountain views and fresh air for popular activities like hiking, running, biking, and paddleboarding. And when you’re done getting after it, the shops and eateries offer a change of pace.

Couple Hiking Estes Park
Photo Credit: Visit Estes Park

COVID-19 Policies

Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) are open and have issued clear safety protocols

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How to make a Walt Disney World park reservation for its July 2020 reopening

With Walt Disney World starting its phased reopening of Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom on July 11 and Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15, fans are wondering how to make a Walt Disney World reservation.

Before you visit a park, you must make a reservation on the new Disney Park Pass reservation system online tool. All guests with valid admission will be required to make a reservation in advance for entry. The number of Disney Park Pass reservation days you can hold at one time varies based on your plans.

MORE: Disney’s Splash Mountain to be re-themed to the ‘Princess and the Frog’

Who can make a reservation

– Disney Resort and other select hotel guests with valid theme park admission can make reservations for their length of stay.

– Annual passholders can make theme park reservations for up to three days at a time or for

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Cedar Point Amusement Park Is Set To Reopen On July 9, But There Will Be New Policies In Place

Photo credit: Natalia Fedosenko - Getty Images
Photo credit: Natalia Fedosenko – Getty Images

From Delish

It goes without saying that summer 2020 looks different than the summers we’re used to. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, activities like eating out, going to the beach, and going to amusement parks have been put on hold for the safety of visitors and employees. As some states phase into their reopening of non-essential businesses, the latter are making plans to reopen safely.

For the most part, there are some precautions being taken across the board. Face masks are required at all of the parks, although the age requirement for kids to wear them may differ from place to place. Other policies, like more frequent cleaning of high traffic areas, social distancing, and reserving tickets in advance to control capacity are all pretty standard across the board for amusement parks so far. To reserve your tickets and to read up on

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Luxury Hotel Near Central Park | 5 Star Hotel in NYC

Since its debut on October 1, 1907, The Plaza Hotel has remained a New York icon hosting world leaders, dignitaries, captains of industry, Broadway legends, and Hollywood royalty. As an established staple for lavish society affairs and blockbuster films, The Plaza has welcomed guests from around the world to enjoy its magic at the castle on Central Park South for more than 100 years. Ideally situated on Fifth Avenue, The Plaza’s prestigious address continues to define elegance with unmatched service and an ever-evolving modern sensibility.

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Adventure Park | The biggest adventure in Texas!

We hope that you and your family have enjoyed some time to slow down and connect. We realize that we have all been maneuvering in uncharted waters. Many of you have probably been juggling teaching kids while working from home and some of you have probably been on the front line helping to keep Lubbock Strong.

At Adventure Park, we have used this time to train Adventure Guides on additional safety measures, deep clean and sanitize all areas in the Park AND we were able to complete the Ropes Course, Zipline and Bike Trail!

We are excited to have guests back in the Park!

Our promise to you:

We will continue to be a community leader in cleanliness and sanitation practices throughout the facility and with all team members. All staff have been trained on appropriate cleaning and disinfection, hand hygiene, social distancing and respiratory etiquette.

When visiting the Park,

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Family Fun near Mount Rushmore. Mountain Coaster, Zipline Ride, 7D Dark Ride, Guided Cave Tours.

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As a result of the growing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Rush Mountain Adventure Park, the home of Rushmore Cave, will be closed temporarily. During this difficult time our primary concern is the health of our guests and employees. We will continue to monitor this developing situation and will reassess as more information becomes available. Questions and comments

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All New ‘Frozen’-Inspired Stage Musical Coming to Disney California Adventure Park in 2016

Disney’s blockbuster musical “Frozen” has become a true phenomenon around the world and soon, the story of “Frozen” will come to spectacular life in an all-new theatrical production in summer 2016 at the Hyperion Theater at Disney California Adventure park.

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This new show will immerse you in the world of “Frozen” as never before, with elaborate costumes and sets, stunning special effects and surprising scenic transformations.

“Our stage production of ‘Frozen’ will stay true to the heart and soul of the film,” says Dana Harrel, Portfolio Creative Entertainment Executive, Walt Disney Imagineering. “Anna and Elsa will carry the audience on an emotional journey that includes show-stopping production numbers and a few unique theatrical twists. We can’t wait for everyone to see it!”

With a new show set to open at the Hyperion Theater, it’s time for Aladdin to make his final wish and set the Genie free, as the cast

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North Park Recreation Center | Parks & Recreation

Register or view available classes

What’s Coming

Bingo

Day: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each Month
Time: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Free for everyone!

Pickle Ball

Days and Times: Mondays 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Thursdays 9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
FREE – Equipment Provided
See Pickle Ball flyer for more details.

Family Ceramics Day

Day: Tuesdays 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Age: 6+ yrs.
Fee: $20 for 3 months
(Parent must stay for the entire class duration)

Adult Mold Ceramics Class

Day: Wednesdays
Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Age: 18+ yrs.
Fee: $30 for 3 months

Yoga

Day: Saturdays
Time: 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Age: 18+ years
FREE

NP Fitness

Day: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Time: 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., or 7:00 p.m.
Fee: $65 per month
For more info, contact [email protected]

Open Play Volleyball

Day: Mondays
Time: 5:30 to 7:45 p.m.

Open Play Basketball

Day and

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California Adventure, Disney’s California Adventure Theme Park

 

 

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Combine the magic of Disney with the best that California has to offer and the result is Disney California Adventure, a theme park that celebrates the California in style. When you enter the gates of this park, you are transported to the land of promise, opportunity and glamour. Disney California Adventure is a journey from the California of yesterday to today and a tribute to this land of dreams. You can ride the Red Car Trolley in 1920s Los Angeles, take a raft down the rapids with a mining company on Grizzly Peak, travel down Route 66 or brave a white knuckled roller coaster in a seaside amusement park…the sights and sounds are inspired by the rich history of this majestic state.

Whether you prefer “action, comedy or romance,” Disney California Adventure has something for everyone, Pixar Pier, featuring your pals from Toy Story

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