From the bloggers at Outside Interests.
Visiting national parks is one of the biggest travel bargains in North America. While the parks do collect admission, camping, and various concession fees, they’re still far cheaper than almost any type of vacation you can name.
Camping in national parks doesn’t mean luxurious accommodations, but on the other hand you’re usually facing a $20 bill or less for a night’s stay, and you’re parked in the midst of some of America’s best real estate. Spend a night camped near the ocean at Padre Island, or in the shadow of Devil’s Tower, and you’ll get the idea. Wake up in the morning and there you are—right where you want to be.
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