Travelocity: 11 Incredible National Parks to Visit This Summer

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Every month I use my 20 years of travel experience to write for aggregator giant, Travelocity. They call us the Gnational Gnomads. These are excerpts of those stories.

This month you can read the whole article here:
11 Incredible National Parks to Visit This Summer

Devils Tower National Parks

There are over 400 national parks to choose from in the U.S. 400! That makes choosing a destination this summer almost impossible.

With so much choice, I needed help. I asked ten of the Gnational Gnomads what their favorite national parks are. Check out our picks and hopefully, you’ll have plans for this summer… and maybe next summer too!

Devils Tower, Wyoming

Often referred to as the country’s first national monument, the Devils Tower sits in a national park in Wyoming. You might recognize it from a fair few alien encounter movies. It’s a must visit. It’s unique and towering position is steeped in Indian legend and is a one of a kind natural wonder. It also happens to be quite the climber’s dream. The tower is an 867-foot butte composed of igneous rock in the Bear Lodge Mountains. The surrounding environment is a pleasure to walk through, and the sun setting off the cliffs is incredible.

Alcatraz Island, San Francisco

Zion National Park, Utah

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

North Cascades National Park, Washington

Glacier National Park, Montana

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Congaree National Park, South Carolina

The Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Shenandoah National Park, Washington D.C.

Read the whole article here: 11 Incredible National Parks to Visit This Summer.


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