Learn about adventures, road trips, and legends in America's national parks including Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and others.
With no prior RV experience, traveler Kim Gipple took a 26-foot RV named “Harvey” across the country, visiting 13 parks and driving 6,800 miles in 31 days.
The price of the National Parks Senior Pass will increase from $10 to $80 on August 28, 2017.
Hit the road and experience the best America has to offer. Experience waterfalls, peaks, dunes, wine country and ruins.
While you are exploring the national parks this summer, don't leave common sense in the car. The parks are wild places with real hazards.
Don't just sit there. Start planning. There are rainforests to admire, startlingly beautiful trails to hike, mountain peaks to view and incredible wildlife to see.
Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon get all the attention. These national parks are just as striking but are missing one thing: the crowds.
Giving back to national parks with thoughtful products
Here are our top viewpoints in seven of the country's best national parks. Warning: your photos will make everyone who's not with you envious.
Can waterfalls make you happy? Studies show that the negative ions produced by moving air and water may have a positive effect on your mood.
Even if you live by the phrase “take only photos; leave only footprints” when you’re outdoors, it still might seem counterintuitive to pack out food scraps and toilet paper.
What is your park personality? Which national park should you visit? Take our easy photo quiz to find out.
Don’t hit the trails this summer without checking out these incredible hikes in the country’s most popular national parks including easy and moderate trails.
One of the most fascinating experiences in our national parks is wildlife-watching. Read on to learn which animals live in the parks.
Elevate your national park vacation when you and your family spend the night at a glamping camp.
Want to sleep under the stars but prefer to skip sleeping bags, dirt and pit toilets? Try glamping near national parks across America.
Here are 5 tips from EcoVessel on why drinking water from a reusable water bottle is so essential both on and off the trail.