See wild horses and prairie dog towns and experience prehistoric thrills as you traverse the Midwest.
Spotting chipmunks in Colorado can be a thrill if you're 5 years old. But if you're a fourth-grader, you're probably hoping to spot something 10 times more exciting than a cousin to a tree squirrel.
There are lots of cool animals to see in Iowa.
You know about the Budweiser Clydesdales — but what about Missouri’s exotic cats and rocks that look like elephants!
With all the amazing activities, they add a whole new layer of excitement to your visit.
The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary is a place where people can see natural history, beautiful landscape and the way America was 300 years ago.
Saber-toothed cats and mammoths flourished along the banks of the plentiful streams and rivers that crisscross northwest Nebraska.
At some dig sites, you can even go on guided fossil hunts.