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Rock The Park is a TV series featuring the beautiful national parks of America. The two hosts have a goal to explore each American national park. The program shows how the two face up to the amazing world of nature, and push themselves to the limits when it comes to physical activity while they go off on adventures to out of the way locations. Their goal is also to interest Americans to go and visit these national parks and have their own wonderful experiences.

Rock The Park is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (120 episodes). The series first aired on October 4, 2015.

Rock The Park is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Rock The Park on demand atApple TV+, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, The Roku Channel, Pluto TV online.

Saturday 11:00 AM et/pt on Litton Entertainment
5 Seasons, 120 Episodes
October 4, 2015
Action & Adventure, Travel
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit
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Rock The Park Full Episode Guide

  • 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.

  • Horse-packing in Montana.

  • Colton and Jack are day-tripping through Yellowstone. Along the way, they share their previous park adventures including the geyser basins, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and whitewater rafting.

  • Jack and Colton are back in Grand Teton National Park, kayaking the Snake River. Along the way they recall their previous visits to the park including alpine skiing and climbing the Grand Teton.

  • Colton and Jack take are biking around the deepest lake in the U.S. in Crater Lake National Park. Pitstops include: Wizard Island and The Pinnacles Overlook.

  • Jack and Colton are hiking through fog and whitewater at the famed Iditarod Trail in Alaska's Chugach State Park. The dense fog and glacier-fed whitewater challenge their ability to make it across a key river. Despite the proximity to Anchorage, this is no walk in the park!

  • Jack and Colton explore 40 glaciers, the largest fully contained icefield in the United States, lush mountain forests filled with bears, moose, and mountain goats and pristine fjords home to fin and orca whales, sea lions, puffins, and more.

  • Jack and Colton head to a northern area of their home state of Minnesota that is known for its forests and waterways. The guys trek into the park on snowmobiles, they cut through the ice to fish for dinner, and they keep quiet with their eyes and ears peeled while on the lookout for elusive gray wolves (also known as timber wolves).

  • Whether its snowmobiling, skiing, mountaineering, or ice climbing, there are endless ways to have fun on snow and ice. Colton and Jack look back at their Top 10 winter adventures.

  • The most remote state in the U.S. never disappoints - from the rapids of Aniakchak, to the white thunder" of Glacier Bay, to the sled dogs of Denali. Join Colton and Jack as they revisit their most epic and wild Alaskan adventures.

  • Jack and Colton are looking back on some of their best adventures in the wild west. They remember hiking to the top of the Continental Divide, exploring a mystery in Death Valley, and scuba diving a kelp forest in the Channel Islands.

  • Colton and Jack hit the road as they relive their favorite road trip memories, including wild encounters in the Badlands, challenging conditions in Nevada, and breathtaking beauty in the Guadalupe Mountains.

  • Colton and Jack explore one of America’s wildest places: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. They’ll discover ancient artifacts and canyoneer the iconic slot canyons of Utah.

  • Its Jack and Colton versus the wilderness as the guys look back on their Top 10 survival lessons. Join them as they try to spark a fire without matches, sleep in the snow, and search for food in the desert.

  • Colton and Jack are exploring the Best of Utahs parks and public lands. Included: exploring the Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, squeezing through The Narrows of Zion, and ultralight camping in Bears Ears.

  • Jack and Colton are back in their home state to experience a true Minnesota winter. Adventures include fat biking and cross-country skiing to frozen waterfalls.

  • Colton and Jack explore this island paradise off Californias coast. They check out the island by bike, search for free-roaming bison that inhabit the island and attempt their first solo shore dive.

  • Jack and Colton are traveling the The Loneliest Road in America" and discovering the natural history of Nevada.

  • Sophia Bush joins Jack and Colton as the guys head back to Denali National Park in Alaska. This trip is going to the dogs as the three immerse themselves in all things dog mushing.

  • For the 100th episode of Rock the Park, Jack and Colton experience the Grand Canyon in a way less than 1% of visitors do: theyre hiking rim-to-rim.

  • Colton and Jack explore Northern California. Stops include Point Reyes National Seashore, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz Island.

  • Colton and Jack are back in Maui, Hawaii, to witness a volcanic crater and swim with sea turtles.

  • Jack and Colton reflect on experiences that taught them the hidden power of nature.

  • Colton and Jack are exploring Arkansas, the Natural State. They stop in Hot Springs National Park, Buffalo National River, and Ouachita National Forest

  • Jack and Colton recall their previous trips to Glacier National Park which includes handcycling Going to the Sun Road and hiking to the continental divide. A forest fire forces them to change their plans.

  • Whether they’re cycling up, hiking down, or canyoneering into the Rocky Mountains, Jack and Colton prove there are endless ways to explore the national parks, forests, and monuments of the Rockies.

  • Jack and Colton pitch in to protect the places we all love, and the creatures who live in them. Included: Endangered sea turtles of Padre Island, the bats of Mammoth Cave, and sorting visitor trash in Yellowstone.

  • From waterfall meditation in Japan to rafting Class V rapids in New River Gorge, Jack and Colton are looking back on waterfalls that challenged them and rivers that earned their respect.

  • Colton and Jack head back to Biscayne National Park and the Everglades to see the effects of hurricanes on the parks ecosystems and wildlife. They also lend a hand to help with debris clean-up.

  • Jack and Colton meet up with up with friend and Forest Ranger Rourke McDermott to learn the skills necessary to survive in the New Mexico desert.

  • Jack and Colton are in Wyoming to take on the biggest rock climb challenge of their lives... Devils Tower.

  • Colton and Jack set out to hike the nine peaks of the Presidential Traverse in White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. It’s a place known for the worst weather in the world, and this trip proves to be no exception.

  • Colton and Jack are heading deep into the San Juan National Forest in Colorado to climb their first 14,000-foot mountain.

  • Colton and Jack explore how Native American Tribes of the past lived in the vast, desolate high desert of Utah thousands of years ago. They’ll route find their way to hidden ancient cliff dwellings deep in the canyons of Bears of Ears.

  • Jack and Colton return to Katmai National Park in Alaska to find one of the last remaining known volcanic steam vents in the Valley of 10,000 Smokes.

  • Jack and Colton take on a section of the Arizona Trail as they bike-pack their way through ancient lava fields in the Coconino National Forest. They’ll also explore a lava tube cave that’s hundreds of thousands of years old.

  • Jack and Colton travel through the heart of the Canadian Rockies while exploring the famous Icefields Parkway. Then they try a new adventure… canyoneering.

  • Colton and Jack are back in one of their favorite parks and bringing along their buddy, Joe Stone. Joe introduces them to a new way of biking Going-to-the-Sun Road and then it's a trip into the backcountry to camp.

  • Jack and Colton check out the underwater world of Biscayne and help the park fight a dangerous invasive species.

  • Colton and Jack visit the parks of New York Harbor to learn about immigration and their own family history. Stops include Ellis Island and kayaking to the Statue of Liberty.

  • Jack and Colton are exploring one of the oldest rivers in North America and one of the biggest bridges in the country. After that, they hit the crazy whitewater of the New River.

Rock The Park Video Clips & Extras

Exclusive Preview of Glacier: Back in Big Sky Country! Clip (00:34)

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