From the bloggers at Vogel Talks RVing.
One of the better things the federal government has accomplished over the past 100 years or so has been establishing and reasonably maintaining America’s network of 59 national parks. Administered by the National Park Service, these amazing spaces are spread across 27 states and protect more than 52 million acres of real estate.
Many millions of people visit the parks annually, drawn by reasonable entrance fees (ranging from $10 to $25 per vehicle), spectacular scenery, and unlimited recreational opportunities.
For some—those who are physically unable to or choose not to get out and hike, bike, or paddle—sightseeing is a great option. While some parks are better than others for taking in the sights from the windows of a car or RV, following are four parks that offer a spectacular drive-through experience.
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