Which National Park to Visit?

Our national parks showcase the best of the natural beauty our country offers, but each has its own flavor and distinct experience to offer visitors. Trust us — there’s a perfect national park for you to visit. And you’ll find it in one of the following categories:
Best National Parks for Each Season Here’s the breakdown of the best national parks to visit by season: ·        
Spring. If you’re traveling in the spring, consider Yosemite National Park. This park is always a stunner, but its many waterfalls are at peak power in the spring.          
Summer. Montana’s Glacier National Park is a perfect park to visit in the summer for a lot of reasons, but the most important is this: Summer is the only season in which you can drive the world-famous Going-to-the-Sun Road from end to end.
Fall. In the summer, California’s Death Valley National Park is almost too hot to enjoy. But when fall rolls around, ranger-guided tours begin, and you can get the best views of the desert.          
Winter. Washington’s Mount Rainier National Park is the perfect place to visit in winter if you’re after a winter wonderland. Snow is plentiful, and so are the skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding, and camping opportunities.
Best National Park for Families Grand Canyon National Park is a great example of a park that does it all. This Arizona park has a leg up on the others because it contains one of the most recognizable natural landmarks in history — a canyon that will thrill even the most distracted youngster.
Best National Park for Advanced Hikers Almost all national parks have at least some hiking, but a few provide world-class hiking challenges that will be sure to thrill the most advanced hikers. Chief among them is Zion National Park in Utah. That’s because of Angel’s Landing, an infamously difficult and breathtaking — even dangerous — hike that exposes hikers to more than a dozen steep switchbacks and heart-stopping dropoffs.
Best National Park for Mountain Enthusiasts If your heart lives in the mountains, you need to visit this mountainous national park. While you can find national parks in the Appalachians and Rocky Mountains only one holds the distinction of being the national park at the highest elevation: Denali National Park and Preserve features Denali, the tallest mountain in all of North America.   


Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 08/07/2022

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