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Published: October 6th 2019
What if you had the chance to travel more, live more affordable and at the same time have a chance to do the things you justly love? What would that be? Would you consider leaving everything behind and setting out on a National park road trip across the United States? I Know I would do exactly that. Over the time, I have seen people setting up on a number of epic road trips in the US and so I wouldn’t let the opportunity go like that. I would just partake the journey on the massive West Coast National park and spare more time for another cross country road trip.
If you are thinking the same and would like to embark on a national parks road trip
in the US, here is a list of the best National parks in the Country that I would as well consider visiting.
Next summer we are planning a blowout road trip to some of the below National parks across the US. After a comprehensive research, I noticed a couple of coastal vistas, towering forests and monolithic canyons that I would like to get lost into.
Acadia National Park
This National Park is one of the
many big national parks that everybody in the world would love to visit. This national heritage is located on the coast of Maine. It is actually the only National parks in Northeast. Featuring a mountainous landscape that converges with the Atlantic Ocean. This is actually what creates a rugged and a rocky shoreline that attracts a lot of visitors every year. You also have a chance to spend a night at the Bar Harbor’s Inn on Mount Desert. It’s also recommended to drive the loop road around the park and be sure to stop at classic tourist destinations across the park such as the Jordan Pond and the Otter Cliffs.
This is actually an incredible outdoor trip to six Utah National parks and also the ancient ruins. The trip to the Utah National Parks will begin in Salt Lake City. This is actually the best place to experience the most scenic natural resources of the country. It’s also easy to mark your starting point of getting around the city that is actually framed with Wasatch Mountains and Great Salt Lake.
The trip will as well head to the south to Moab which is considered the home
to Canyonlands and Arches National parks, with stops at the Bluff, Monticello and the Blanding towns.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park
This national Park is located in the southeastern side of New Mexico. This park was actually discovered by a curious Boy James white. This boy actually named most of the Interior spaces without realizing today it would be a national monument and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
During the summer, expect that the region will get extremely hot but it’s always a cool place to start your journey. The interiors are amazing and during the summer you will actually witness the highest bat population to Carlsbad. This means you are likely to get a fantastic show at dusk and dawn when these amazing flying mammals are leaving and entering the caves.
Redwood National park
This park is located in California and its one of the most iconic tourist destinations in the region. You will have a chance to gaze at some of the tallest tree species in the country. If you have enough time touring the area, then you can at any time hike around the National Park.
However, this park is wet most time of
the year which means you should only visit during the summer for the best experiences. The park doesn’t get too hot even during the summer.
Mammoth Cave National Park
For these visitors that want to connect with history, you will actually find the longest known cave system in the world. The cave is actually known to be approximately 390 miles long. This is not the only fascinating thing in the park, you have a chance to see and explore other areas including the stalactites, stalagmites and underground pools. It’s definitely a unique park at the heart of Kentucky.
Crater Lake National Park
This National park is as a result of the death of once a powerful volcano Mount Mazama. This is the time this mount left the deepest lake in the entire US. If you are one of those people that like picturesque lakes, then this is the best park in the US to visit. Featuring deep blue waters, varied wildlife, evergreen vegetation and scenic landscapes, you cannot miss the experience.
Additionally, you should know that it snows a lot here which averages to about 533 inches a year. This snow will restrict access to some of
the portions of this park some in the year.
Denali National Park
Now it’s time to get out of the continental US and head to Alaska for an explorative experience. Here, Denali National park is known as the untouchable beauty of Alaska with large numbers of wild life, meadows, large peaks and serene ponds. It’s essentially the best park in Alaska for those picture enthusiasts. You can visit sole or as a family.
The summer is the best time of the year to visit Denali National Park. This is actually the best time of the year that this park is tolerable by many tourists. The main reason for this is because many roads, routes and compounds are open during this time. It’s also dry and the perfect time when you will see most wildlife out for food.
With so many options, you can expect that you will never get bored as you plan US national Parks road trips. Make sure you have visited as many National parks in this country as possible. The good news is that there many other parks that you can visit and enjoy yourself regardless of whether you are a local or an international tourist.
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