Celebrate National Park Week

npphoto.jpgNational Park Week kicked off on Saturday, and all of the parks are celebrating by offering free admission through April 25. Traveler offers guides to ten of the most popular parks, from Big Bend, to Death Valley, to Shenandoah. Don’t miss our special Strategies guide for tips on how to navigate the (often crowded) popular parks. Plus, check out our Classic Photo Galleries of Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks filled with plenty of photos that are sure to inspire your next trip. For a complete guide to events happening throughout the national parks this week, check out NPS.gov.

Photo: Melville B. Grosvenor

Comments

  1. Sonya
    April 19, 2010, 7:16 pm

    Beautiful guides to the national parks! Happy National Park Week!

  2. TKGO
    April 19, 2010, 11:33 pm

    I think we often forget about the breathtaking natural attractions we have right in our own country. Thanks for the reminder!
    -Karina
    http://www.TaraAndKarinaGoOut.com

  3. Kevin Evans
    April 23, 2010, 10:27 am

    I quite like this website – they’ve got a Top 13 National Parks (13? Yes, a bit strange, but the website explains all)
    http://www.thetop13.com/national-parks-L118/
    Since volcanoes are topical at the moment, thought I’d share this one with you too
    http://www.thetraveleditor.com/article/2675/Feature_Article_Experience_Volcano_Vacations_in_Cotopaxi_National_Park_Ecuador.html
    At nearly 6km high, Cotopaxi is one of the world’s highest active volcanoes. In 1975 the snow suddenly disappeared….only a matter of time before it blows I think. The brave enough can go on 1-8 day trekking/horse riding adventures through Ecuador’s volcano land. Fabulous.