Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the union but it is big in history. When you visit the state parks, historic areas, and villages, you’ll experience first-hand the natural and historic world that our country was founded on. In addition, the Ocean State has a tidal shore of 384 miles that leaves plenty of large bays and inlets to explore.
Some of the destinations in the journal are well known and some are less traveled, all are waiting for you to discover their unique qualities.
In this Rhode Island State Parks Bucket Journal, you will find individual pages for 80 State Parks, Management Areas & Preserves, Beaches and Historic Areas all are waiting for you to take your next adventure. Many destinations allow camping and all are great for day use trips.
This bucket journal is different. It gives you the ability to create your own unique exploration of whichever state park or historic site you choose
How to Use Your Rhode Island Bucket Journal
Parks that offer camping or other accommodations are on green pages.
Search out details about the state park or recreational site by using the website URL provided.
Have fun planning the things you want to see on the left side of the 2-page spread.
This is best done before you take your trip, but can be done while you are out exploring.
On the right side, chronicle everything that you do and experience. Included is space for journaling and reflection about your stay in the park.
Parks that are Day Use Area Only are on teal pages.
Day-use parks are still fun to visit, even if you can’t sleep there.
Visit them when you are staying at other overnight parks or use them as day trip excursions to get out and explore.
Historic Areas are on blue pages.
Page one gives you room to write the history of the area and then plan the places you want to visit. Follow the URL for a weblink to the area attractions
Make a budget for the trip
Page two gives you room to journal about your exploration.
Make note of the restaurants you visited, your favorite shops, and the museums you toured.
The Rhode Island State Parks Bucket Journal will become a living memory for your trips and adventures as you discover the wonders around you.
Enjoy exploring the beauty that is Rhode Island!
Print Size: 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches tall
Delivered as: spiral-bound journal
Page Count: 148 pages
This Bucket Journal comes in other versions:
Rhode Island State Parks Bucket Journal - Digital [print-ready] PDF download
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