Where Should We Camp Next?: National Parks
The Best Campgrounds and Unique Outdoor Accommodations In and Around National Parks, Seashores, Monuments, and More (Fun Father's Day Gift for the Outdoorsy Dad, Summer Vacation Trip Planning Guide)
Ships worldwideView Shipping Details
Featuring 300+ of the best camping and glamping spots in and around national parks, seashores, monuments, and more!
The national parks of the United States have been called "America's best idea," and some of the best camping and glamping experiences our country has to offer can be found in and around National Park Service units, including national parks, seashores, monuments, lakeshores, and battlegrounds. In Where Should We Camp Next?: National Parks, family camping and RV experts Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi take you beyond Yellowstone and Yosemite to the hidden gems of the National Park Service to help you plan a truly unique vacation. Whether you're camping close to home or gathering ideas for an epic American road trip, the in-depth profiles of more than three hundred amazing outdoor accommodation destinations in fifty National Park Service units will help you find the best places to park your RV, pitch your tent, or explore creative and memorable glamping opportunities.
Where Should We Camp Next?: National Parks is your ultimate guide to your next national parks adventure, highlighting must-see attractions, unforgettable activities, and fascinating American history highlights. Whether you're planning a family camping trip, adventurous couples' getaway, or restorative solo trip, this book is your gateway to making memories in America's amazing national parks and the perfect gift for anyone who loves camping, the outdoors, and adventuring away from home.
- Case Count: 24
- Series: Where Should We Camp Next?
"This book is a must-have if you're planning a camping trip to a national park — whether you are a seasoned camper or a first-time visitor." — ActionHub
"With an easy-to-navigate format and loads of information, this guide is essential for any national parks enthusiast." — Shelf Awareness