From the writers at Fox News.
Our teens had visited the top theme parks in the country, but they hadn’t experienced the grandeur of our national parks in the West. With the National Park Service commemorating its Centennial Anniversary on Aug. 25, this was the perfect year to take them. So we piled into an RV and saw three national parks and a national monument in seven days. You can, too.
Our first stop: Las Vegas. You won’t find any natural wonders there, but it’s a hub for many national parks in the Southwest: to the west, California’s Death Valley; to the east, Arizona’s Grand Canyon; to the north, Utah’s Zion.
Sin City is also a great place to pick up an RV, since there are nearly a dozen rental companies competing for your business. We chose Apollo RV, a 30-year-old company operating in Australia and New Zealand that’s looking to break into the U.S. market. Our 31-foot Winnebago “Minnie Winnie” fit our family of four comfortably, and before we knew it, we were heading north to Utah.
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