Stark, yet beautiful. The visitor center is an old train station and is easily the coolest VC I've been to.
I'm amazed this building is still standing.
The lighthouse has been painted more recently than pictured here. The light itself is a modern LED.
I grew up skiing at Smuggs and loved it. It is a very beautiful, family-friendly resort.
I grew up in VT and when I go back to visit, this place is a MUST. Spend all of your money on cider donuts; you won't regret it.
You'd only really want to go here if you're taking a tour of the factory, as well. But man, oh man, were there some good flavors.
When I went in here the woman was super helpful and the samples were delicious. I bought a bottle of the "Dead Buck" bourbon, aged 8 years at 108* and I love it. There are also lots of great gifts in there.
Such a great experience paddling through this area. The waterways are narrow and shallow with LOTS of red mangroves. My dad struggled with his kayak while we did OK in a canoe.
Bring a GPS with you because navigation is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT! The NPS has installed white "trail markers" that were a life saver, but just one pole had fallen and it caused us to take an hour to find the next waypoint.
An excellent route, though. The chickees were a blast to camp on, too!
I was lucky enough to work here back in 2008. Get the "Nate Special"
A little tourist-trappy, especially since the *true* 4 Corners is in another location. But go to support the Navajo Nation and get some cool pictures. There are also vendors on each side that have some cool stuff.