john tiong chunghoo

Rookie - 717 Points (Jan 21,1960 / NEW YORK)

Travel Haiku - Park Finder

Park Finder - roaming a web of
parks before dropping off at
a seldom heard of destination

Park Finder
a web of parks trail
under our spindly fingers

Park Finder
a crawl through a web
to find our favourite park

Pardon the self-endorsement, but we'd like to introduce our sister-site's newest tool, the GORP Park Finder, a fun widget that will help you find even more places to explore throughout the States. As with GORP's Hiking Trail Finder launched late last fall, Park Finder is refreshingly simple: Choose your favorite activities, hone in on a region of the United States—even a particular state—and with the click of one button, you'll get a customized list of the best parks and public lands, from archeological Rocky Mountain hot-spots like Mesa Verde to seldom-seen paddle-friendly wetlands in southern Florida. Let your interest be the guide, and the Park Finder will do the rest.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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