Despite a substantial amount of experience visiting National Parks, I nearly found myself stranded overnight in Yellowstone National Park last Monday.
I spent a recent weekend in the area in search of hiking spots and photo opportunities in the Asheville, North Carolina area, and hit the jackpot with two obvious choices: Catawba Falls and Chimney Rock State Park.
After a year of shedding unused vehicles, rental car companies have found themselves with a massive shortage in their fleets as we head into the spring and summer travel seasons.
According to an email from the Glacier National Park Conservancy, the park is adding a temporary ticketed entry system for the Going-to-the-Sun Road starting this summer.
Shoulder season National Park visits can be a fruitful travel hack, if you don’t mind a little risk. I gambled on a mid-March weekend to make my first trip to Acadia National Park, following up on last spring’s Maine lighthouse tour.
The body of a male hiker was recovered below the trail of Angel’s Landing at Zion National Park on Friday afternoon.
Tourists know about the Pacific Coast Highway road trip, and sure, that’s a spectacular oceanside drive. But U.S. Route 395 is the California road less traveled and more spectacular.
Utah is known for its famous Big Five National Parks, but don’t sleep on Utah’s incredible state parks.
Perhaps “overlooked” is a better term, because Great Basin National Park, Petrified Forest National Park and Capitol Reef National Park are all under-represented in the popular dialogue about National Parks.
Zion National Park announced on Tuesday that the park will receive $33 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to replace its shuttle system.