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Best National Parks on the East Coast.

Everglades National Park
*Largest subtropical park in the U.S.
*Home to several endangered species
*Several ecosystems like wetlands and coastal lowlands
The diverse ecosystems present at this east coast national park means you’ll have so much to see and do.  Start by bird watching while you walk along scenic ponds and trails. Feeling adventurous? Paddle your way through mangroves, marshes, and the open waters of the Florida Bay.
Biscayne National Park
*A park made up of 95% water
*Snorkeling through coral reefs
*A 10,000 year history
Biscayne Bay was home to native humans as much as 10,000 years ago. Since then, pioneers, farmers, pirate smugglers, and rum runners have all left their mark.  Besides enjoying the crystal blue waters wherever you go, you may learn about the remains of 44 shipwrecks peppered along the coast.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
*36 miles of connected mountain ranges
*Gorgeous views from peaks over 5,000 feet high
*Variety of terrains like wetlands, marshes, and swamps
A drive to North Carolina/Tennessee will bring you to this span of connected peaks in the Great Smoky Mountain range.  The park is a hiker's paradise with over 30 viewpoints and a chance to route your own path. You can choose your level of strain thanks to the wide variety of elevations available.
New River Gorge National Park
*70,000-acre West Virginia park 
*Shaped by 53 miles of wild river
*Whitewater rafting 
New River Gorge is the best east coast national park for whitewater rafters. The upper section includes milder rapids up to class III and the lower section is famous for its powerful flow rated at class III to V.
Shenandoah National Park
*200,000 acres of protected wilderness
*Brilliant stargazing
*105-mile scenic road: Skyline Drive
Shenandoah National Park is most famous for its pretty Skyline Drive. This 105-mile long road climbs high along an Appalachian mountain ridge to give you a grand overlook of the wilderness below. But there’s no shortage of hiking trails, backcountry wilderness, or rock outcroppings to explore either in 200,000 acres of Virginian land.
To see suggested itineraries that can work with these campgrounds please see our fantastic Tourbook with over 35 suggested itineraries here. For more information and how to book, contact your tour operator or travel agent.

 

Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 01/04/2022

Best National Parks on the East Coast.

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