Shared Stories From All Parks

Get a Park Passport. It's an inexpensive souvenir, and a good reminder of your visit. Our family loves to collect them.
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Loved the view from my motorcycle, never felt so parriotic....Singing "God Bless America" as I rode around the blueist lake... more
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Chimney Tops picnic area is a great place to have a picnic and cool off. It is just a short drive from the visitor's center... more
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There is a great way to expand your park experience on board Amtrak trains, Vandebilt is one of the sites that participates... more
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Visit Grand Canyon in the winter--no crowds and with snow dusting the chasm, it's an amazing site.
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Students, for get not, you can take the Train and the YARTS Bus to Yosemite and to Mammoth Likes from the Bay Area. In... more
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Do research prior to the trip. You'll save time knowing where you want to go and what you want to do there. It's also a... more
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We are making our road trip in 2 weeks, so I do not have pictures to share. But I did order and receive our National Parks... more
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Take your kids. Find out about programs for them and get them a 'passport.' They'll learn something, have fun, and be hooked... more
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There is a small ( really small) "town" in Glacier called Polebridge. There is a cool store in the middle of the... more
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