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Gone With the Wynns: Decoding Denali National Park — camping and buses

From the bloggers at Gone With the Wynns.

Denali National Park is six million acres of beautiful, pristine Alaska wilderness.  It’s a shining example of preservation and solitude.  But let me tell you, planning a camping trip to Denali National Park is a pain in the butt!

It feels like you need a decoder ring to figure out the different buses, campgrounds, reservations and fees. It seemed so overwhelming we almost wanted to throw in the towel and skip it altogether, but we knew that would be a mistake.  So, we put on our big boy pants, poured a high ball of bourbon, did the hours of research, made the reservations and learned a lot through the process!

Luckily for you, we’ve figured out the perfect Denali by RV game plan! Or at least we think so.

We don’t want overwhelm you or repeat what you can read on the national parks website. We’re going to stick to our personal opinion’s and recommendations in this article.  Then we’ll list the links to the national parks info and you can decide what’s best for your trip.

To read the full story by Gone With the Wynns, click here.

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