National Parks: Lakes, Seashores, Islands & Caves Video Download
Video Download: National Parks: Lakes, Seashores, Islands & Caves
Including Yellowstone National Park, this video tour gives you a view of America like you haven’t seen before. See our country’s unrivaled vastness in beauty — from the picturesque beaches of the Virgin Islands and the untainted blue waters of Crater Lake, Oregon, to the sub-tropic Florida Everglades and the world’s largest cave, Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.
In 120 minutes, you’ll enjoy all this:
Yellowstone National Park
American Samoa – Island Park located on three volcanoes, with tropical rain-forest, beaches and coral reefs.
Virgin Islands – Hills, valleys and breathtaking beaches and on island of St. John.
Biscayne, Florida – Aquamarine waters, emerald islands, fish-bejeweled coral reefs.
Channel Islands, California – Five remarkable islands with animals, plants found nowhere else on earth.
Isle Royale, Michigan – Rugged, isolated island where wolves and moose roam.
Voyagers, Minnesota – Touch rocks half as old as the world in boreal forest.
Crater Lake, Oregon – Lake is deep blue in color surrounded by cliffs.
Acadia, Maine – Beautiful coastline with plants, animals and tallest mountain on east coast.
Olympic, Washington – Mountain vistas, meadows of wildflowers, colorful ocean tide pools.
Everglades, Florida – A sub-tropical world heritage site with species such as crocodiles.
Hot Springs, Arkansas – Soothing thermal waters to heal and relax.
Mesa Verde, Colorado – Look into the lives of Ancestral Pueblo and their 600 cliff dwellings.
Dry Tortugas, Florida – 70 miles west of Key West, a 19th Century Fort with snorkel crystal color water.
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky – The world’s largest cave with 390 miles explored.
Wind Cave, South Dakota – Prairie grass, hillsides with bison, elk, prairie dogs & one of the world’s longest caves.
Carlsbad Caverns, Texas – 117 known caves where sulfuric acid dissolved the limestone.
Cuyahoga Valley, Ohio – Near Cleveland, park seems world away with native plants, wild life, deep forests.
About the Producer: DENNIS BURKHART
Dennis has not only filmed every National Park, he is the first to film all 58 parks in HD. As a young man, he served as a National Parks Interpreter. As a producer and director for Questar, PBS, Discovery Channel, NBC and the Travel Channel, he has filmed locations and cultures around the globe.
Watch a preview of this Video Download below: