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Post Summary: Dog Friendly National Parks Picture this, you’re driving across the country with nothing but open road ahead of you. Your favorite tunes are on, windows down, and your canine best friend is in the passenger seat with their head out and tongue lolling to the side. You both are ecstatic to be away from home on a grand adventure. Now you need to decide where you are headed. You can’t go on a road trip without seeing some of the United States’ beautiful National Parks. There are so many incredible places to visit but which are the most dog-friendly National Parks? After researching through all of the United…
Post Summary: 2 Days in Shenandoah National Park; Weekend in Shenandoah Looking to spend two days in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia? Shenandoah National Park may not be the biggest or the most-visited park in the US national park system, but it’s still pretty darn big. It’s popular, too. Given that it’s one of the closest national parks to the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, proper planning is critical for your visit. Especially if you only have a short amount of time. Read on to learn how you can make the most of your weekend visit to Shenandoah National Park. This 2 Days in Shenandoah National Park guide is perfect for those looking…
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Spring is a special time to spend in the national parks. During this season the temperatures are starting to get warmer and life returns to the area. Wildlife comes out of hibernation becomes more active as spring begins to bloom in the parks. Most parks begin to reopen during the spring after limited access during the winter months. The best part, flowers begin to bloom in fields and along the hiking trails. Here are the 23 Best USA National Parks to Visit in the Spring. What to Pack for a Spring National Park Trip America the Beautiful National Parks Pass: If you intend to visit more than 3 National Park…
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