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Mountains on a blue-sky horizon reflected in a placid pond.

10 Best U.S. National Parks to Visit in the Summer

Most of us associate summer with some form of camping or outdoor recreation. But not all national parks are great summer destinations. Many parks in the Sun Belt, for example, experience sweltering temperatures. So if you want to check off a few destinations on your national parks bucket list this year, you’ll need to focus
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National Park Week woman hiker overlooking rocky mountain

Celebrate National Park Week from April 20 – 28th

Did you know the largest national park is 13.2-million acres? Wrangell St. Elias is a vast national park that rises from the ocean all the way up to 18,008 ft. It’s the same size as Yellowstone National Park, Yosemite National Park and Switzerland combined! An estimated 331 million people visited national parks like this one in 2017.
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Road winding through Utah deserscape

Two National Parks-One Extraordinary Destination!

Welcome to Moab Utah – Two National Parks-One Extraordinary Destination! Visit the only Utah destination where you can experience two of The Mighty 5 National Parks from one convenient location.  Visitors from around the world come to the town of Moab to experience sunrise over the towering depths of Canyonlands National Park and then follow
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Father kissing daughter in the snow of Angeles Crest

A Dad Outside: Snow Day in Angeles Crest, CA

Baby, It’s California Cold Outside As a Wisconsin native myself, I will be the first to admit that Californian’s have absolutely no concept of “cold.”  Typically if someone from California, especially Southern California where I now live and the Good Sam Club HQ is located, tells you “It’s freezing outside!”; that means its somewhere in
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