For various reasons, we haven’t visited a national park in a while. But ALL of them are on our bucket list.
Do you have a favorite that you return to time and again (or would if you could)? We so enjoyed our trips to Yellowstone, Badlands, and Glacier national parks that we’d return to each in a heartbeat if we could.
The team at Say Insurance offered this guest post and graphic for tips, tricks, and must-see places. If you have additional ideas, feel free to leave them in the comments section. Keep on trekin’, and we’ll see you out there! -Ari and Jessi
You know what’s having a moment? National parks. Stuck at home, unable to travel abroad, last summer Americans rediscovered the wonder and joy of outdoor spaces, especially those that are part of our extensive and varied system. In part, that’s probably because so many of us live within reasonable driving distance of a national park. And most offer a little something for everyone, be it an overnight, roughing it backpacking trip, or simply a stroll along an easy boardwalk.
National parks do a wonderful job of combining not only natural wonders but history, too. Many are the site of developments or notable moments in time in the country’s background. And for every park that’s heavily visited, you can find one that’s less crowded, too.
Consider these tips and tricks to start planning your journey:
*Trekers was happy to partner with Say Insurance for this guest post because we thought it would be of interest to our readers. Guest posts do not represent an affiliation or endorsement of any kind.