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Virtual Reality

Nothing replaces exploring our public lands in person. It's an unforgettable experience for kids, one that can have a impact on them for the rest of their lives. However, it's not always possible or practical for teachers to take their classes on a field trip to a National Park. 

To help educators better connect their students the parks, we have 360 degree videos that can be used to give kids an immersive experience outdoors. These files can be interactive on their own on a desktop or can be uploaded to virtual reality headsets for an even more powerful activity.

As always, all these resources are free! 

Acadia - Jordan Cliffs

This sheer cliff drops away from the east face of Penobscot Mountain for a breathtaking view of Jordan Pond far below. 

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Acadia - Schoodic Head

Explore rugged, rocky shore of Acadia.

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Shenandoah - Old Rag

Take in the breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from one of Virginias most famous peaks. 

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Congaree - Boardwalk Trail

Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds in the largest remaining tract of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in North America. 

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Congaree - Kayaking the Cedar Creek

Take a trip down the Cedar Creek to get a unique perspective of a bottomland forest. 

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Mammoth Cave - Audubon Avenue

Take a trip hundreds of feet under the surface in the largest cave system on the planet. 

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