“Interpretive trails tell a story. You may learn about natural processes in the park, the plants and animals, how our ancestors lived in the area, or all three! Interpretive trails are short and usually accessible to wheelchairs. While you’re on the trail, you’ll find signs on the path that share more information about the world around you.” – National Park Service
Whether a scenic drive or a short hike, we enjoy learning about the history, culture, and natural areas we visit. Some of our favorite explorations are to areas that provide interpretation by local historic societies, park services, or other groups.