When it comes to driving the nation, some of the best sights to behold are our national parks. From the epic Grand Canyon to Acadia in Maine, the national parks each have something special to offer. The guides on our blog to the national parks offer suggestions for the best hikes, scenic drives, and activities at the parks, along with information on where to stay nearby. As the 100th anniversary of the national park system approaches, there’s no better time to discover the wonders the parks hold.
School’s out… now what? It’s only a matter of time before the kids start sounding off the two words parents dread most over summer break: “I’m boreddd.” Have no fear, parental units of the world, for we have put together an epic list of activities to keep the kids busy this summer.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
There’s no better place to explore on horseback than Wyoming, home to modern day cowboys. Jackson Hole is located just outside of Grand Teton National Park, …
The Drive The Nation blog places a special emphasis on America’s national parks, because no other natural attractions in the U.S. match their beauty and splendor. Outdoor adventurers, wildlife lovers and other travelers alike love to explore these amazing places. National parks make perfect road trip destinations because they are cost-effective (an annual pass to 300+ parks for the whole carload costs about $80), educational, and simply stunning. Begin your journey to the national parks with our helpful blog articles.