It's great that you're interested in learning C++ on your own.
If you're an absolute beginner, or just like things spelled out for you very clearly, you might be better off with something worth money... like a book. I recommend this.
I started with zero c++ knowledge and that book took me places.
If you just want to find some online tutorials, google is the best tool. Here's one I found that looks pretty organized:
Obviously, you'll need a compiler. Plenty of free options out there as far as environments go (MS Visual C++ Express is one), but some would argue that notepad and a command line compiler are the best tools for a beginner.
Welcome to the forums, too. and... parker... as in parkerbeast?