How to Protect Yourself from Dangerous Wild Animals in America's Outdoors

Summer is prime time for hitting the trails and the waterways of America’s gorgeous backcountry. Which also means it’s prime time for running into the critters, large and small, for whom that backcountry is home sweet home. Every summer, headlines are made over unfortunate (or unwise) wildlife encounters across the country. Many of those encounters result from ignorance (or just plain bad decisions), and all things considered it’s the beast...

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4 Fun Ways to Spend Memorial Day Weekend in the Southeast

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. Most people across the country will have three days off of work. They'll spend time with their families, grilling out in the backyard and drinking beer. In the Southeast, many folks will probably head to a lake to enjoy some boating, tubing, water skiing, and other redneck water sports. But there are other ways to make the most of a three day...

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21 Awesome Places to See in the Southeast

From the high country of North Carolina to the lowcountry of South Carolina, the Southeast is a place that has quietly become one of the country's premier regions for outdoor recreation. Home to high concentrations of primo sandstone, hundreds of miles of class 4 and 5 whitewater rivers and creeks, long sections of famous trails like the AT, the country's most visited national park (the Smokies), and so much more,...

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