36 comentarios en “8 Parks To Get the Big National Park Experience Without the Crowds

  1. Warren’s Corner

    I’m not sure what qualifies a park to be a national park but we don’t have any in New York. Theodore Roosevelt was camping in the Adirondacks when he heard of President McKinley’s assassination and then traveled to Buffalo to be sworn in as President. Plus he was Governor of New York. Did he consider making the Adirondacks a national park? Did someone prevent him from doing that?

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  2. DMWI

    We can always count on you for great information and content. Thanks!

    On a side note: my small town in central Wisconsin’s Post Office attendant told me last week she has been processing Passports at a hectic pace, both new and renewals.

    Maybe a sign that people anticipate traveling outside USA soon?

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  3. Tamara Schulze

    A few other great yet less popular paces I've been to are Craters of the Moon and Capitol Reef. We also spent a few hours looking around Minidonka National Historic site which was very interesting and we didn't see another soul. So many great NPS sites in our great country.

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  4. Jessica M

    I loved Joshua Tree. The Mastadon Peak trail is awesome, not too difficult but you end up on top of a mountain. Also Gila Cliff Dwellings is a fantastic experience. The trip there up twisty mountain roads is beautifully terrifying. Lots of free camping in the area also. I wouldn’t drive a big rig up there though.Some of the blind curves are no place for a 40’ class A.

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  5. E. D. Law

    Thank you for the info! My wife and I can't hik e much but will still enjoy the scenery. I wonder which of these mentioned parks do not have camping for RVs. Havagudun y"all.

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  6. Terry Larkin

    You mentioned Voyagers National Park Our Island was Larkin Island it was ours for 70 yrs until we sold it the the Government for the National Park and believe me we didn't want to sell it. We had a small cabin 12 X 16 and we used it every summer until we sold it in 1979. It wasn't our choice but I'm glad everyone can enjoy it now. The last time I was there was in 1981. You mentioned the long drive and yes it was 9 hrs from MPLS. Then the last 4 miles was a winding road to Bergrens Whispering Pines Resort where we would put our boat in to get to the Island. We loved it.

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