From the bloggers at KOA.
The National Parks System is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the United States. Millions of visitors come from all over the world to experience the natural beauty that abounds in the National Parks.
Popular National Parks, like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon, are familiar names to everyone, but these places see massive crowds during the most pleasant times of the year, and that can be a turnoff to those of you who wish to gain some solitude in our country’s wild places. If that sounds like you (and you have an adventurous spirit!), then consider these under-the-radar national parks for a visit this summer.
Isle Royale National Park, Michigan
Isle Royale National Park definitely qualifies as being way under-the-radar. Although it’s still a popular place among those in the know, it certainly does not draw anywhere near the type of crowds of those big name parks we all know. Isle Royale is a kayaker and canoers dream destination too — the park consists of the central island that gave the park its namesake, and over 400 other small islands! The park is only accessible by sea plane or boat, which helps to keep it under wraps for the most part.
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