Rock the Park is a live-action, half-hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Rock the Park taps into America’s love affair with our national parks. Jack Steward and Colton Smith are on a mission to explore every national park in this country and in the process go off the beaten path coming face-to-face with nature and some of the most awe-inspiring places on earth. The series inspires all generations to hit the road and find adventure in one of America’s awesome national parks.
CHUGACH NATIONAL FOREST
Jack and Colton are hitting the water in Alaska’s Chugach National Forest to surf a famous wave that’s known for continuously rolling for hours.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS
Colton and Jack are on San Juan Island, off the coast of Washington, discovering the wide variety of land and sea creatures that make up the fragile ecology of the Salish Sea.
GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST
Jack and Colton are having a doggone good time in Montana’s Gallatin National Forest, taking some lucky rescue dogs on a picturesque hike. They also mountain bike an intense mountain trail.
ARAPAHO NATIONAL FOREST
Jack and Colton attempt to tackle two 14-thousand-foot mountains in Colorado’s Arapaho National Forest. But in Colorado, things can change quickly, making for dangerous situations.
RETURN TO GREAT BASIN NATIONAL PARK
Colton and Jack are back in Nevada's Great Basin National Park for a rematch with a mountain that once stopped them in their tracks, and to find out what ecologists have learned from data-collecting devices they stowed deep in a wild cave.
LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
Colton and Jack are along the Arizona-Nevada border at Lake Mead National Recreation Area to tour Hoover Dam, and to join wounded veterans on a therapeutic scuba dive that's helping to map a future park attraction.
BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE
Colton and Jack are in Big Cypress National Park Reserve in southern Florida, where the swampland is being overrun by invasive snakes. The guys hop a swamp buggy with a park ranger to learn about the preserve's unique ecosystem and to seek out one of the invader pythons.
LOS ANGELES: FROM SURF TO SNOW
Colton and Jack take a well-known Los Angeles challenge… surfing and skiing in one day! Plus, they experience the power of youth spending time in nature as they surf with new friends from Girl Powerful!
BEST OF FLORIDA
Florida’s national parks are full of wonder and mystery both above and below the surface. Jack and Colton are sharing some of their most memorable adventures including searching for pythons and snorkeling with manatees.
KENAI FJORDS NATIONAL PARK
Colton and Jack are in Kenai Fjords National Park, spotting the areas most iconic wildlife, on the way to America’s largest ice field.
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
Jack and Colton are in Washington’s Olympic National Park to hike the pristine pacific coastline.
BEAVERHEAD-DEERLODGE NATIONAL FOREST
Colton and Jack are horse-packing in Montana’s Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. The mission: find the source of the Missouri River, the longest river in North America
CURECANTI NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
Colton and Jack are kayaking their way through the dark waters of the Black Canyon in Colorado’s Curecanti National Recreation Area.
MISSISSIPPI NATIONAL RIVER AND RECREATION AREA
Jack and Colton are in Minnesota's Twin Cities, canoeing the Mighty Mississippi, on a trip that takes them through a lock and dam, past an urban barge corridor and to an enterprising teenager's island of comfort bunnies.
GOLD BUTTE NATIONAL MONUMENT
Colton and Jack are at Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada for an overlanding journey that takes them into the desert backcountry, where they find ancient petroglyphs, a massive sink hole, colorful rock formations and a gold-mining ghost town.
CRYSTAL RIVER PRESERVE STATE PARK
Jack and Colton are headed to manatee capitol of the world to snorkel with these docile creatures. Then they dive to their deepest depth yet, but in it’s in an underwater cavern.
BEST OF K9 ADVENTURES
Jack and Colton are reliving some of their great adventures with K9s. Included: scouting for wolves in Yellowstone, dogsledding in Denali and hiking with rescue dogs in Montana.
BEST OF SHARING THE ADVENTURE
Adventure is always more fun when you have friends to share the experience with. Colton and Jack look back on some of their great shared adventures including hiking with Jack Hanna in Glacier National Park.
CHUGACH STATE PARK
Jack and Colton are in Alaska’s Chugach State Park for a hike on part of the famed Iditarod Trail, where dense fog is testing their senses and glacier-fed waters are challenging their stamina.
SOUTH DAKOTA – NUCLEAR SILOS AND CATHEDRAL SPIRES
Colton and Jack diving into South Dakota’s unexpected adventure with stops at Minuteman Missile National Historical Site and Custer State Park.
GLACIER: THE HIGHLINE TRAIL
Jack and Colton are back in Glacier to hike one of the premiere trails in the park. The High Line Trail. With bears, big horns, mountain goats and glaciers, this trail never disappoints.
Colton and Jack are in the West again checking out Colorado National Monument before hitting the Colorado River for a 2-day raft and camp adventure.
MOAB MOUNTAIN BIKING
Colton and Jack meet up with their buddy Joe Stone in the mountain-biking mecca of Moab, Utah, to prove that physical limitation doesn't have to mean giving up the quest for desert adventure.
FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
Colton and Jack are in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to learn about the massive decline of the area's coral reef and to see how local divers and marine researchers are defending and even replanting this important underwater ecosystem.
PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK
Jack and Colton are in Arizona's Petrified Forest National Park checking out one of the world’s most highly concentrated areas of petrified wood.
BEST OF NATIONAL FORESTS
Jack and Colton are exploring the best of America’s National Forests from surfing a tidal wave in Alaska to encountering a mother bear in the backcountry of Montana. Also included: repelling a 275-foot waterfall in Colorado.