From the bloggers at Outside Interests.
This is the third article in our ongoing series about visiting America’s National Parks with an Airstream.
Recommending which national parks to visit in your Airstream is difficult, because the answer depends entirely on your personality and background. It’s like asking someone, “What should I name my baby?”
Lots of people just head for a big high-profile park like Yosemite or Great Smokies, or visit the parks that happen to be along their travel route.
If you’re lucky enough to have the time to explore America at leisure, you will begin to develop a sense of the type of parks that interest you most—and that’s crucial because trying to see all 400+ parks is the task of a lifetime. You will want to make the most of your time, especially when deciding whether to visit some of the more remote parks that are hundreds of miles off the beaten path.
The range of things you might find attractive in a national park is as diverse as this country. Let’s look at a few topics of interest, and see which major national parks fit the bill:
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