Best National Parks for RV Trips

RV Summer TripsIf you’re planning an RV trip across the country this summer, consider adding some of the National Parks to your destination list.

Hemet Valley has created list of the top four National Parks to visit with an RV.

According to the The Travel Channel, no matter what you’re looking for, from beaches to mountains, the US National Parks have what you need.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is located at the Canadian and US border in Montana. The park itself is made up of over a million acres, covering a total of mountain ranges. If you’re itching to escape the humidity, and you’re looking for a park that has tons of hiking trails, along with lakes and streams to explore, this is the park for you. There are hundreds of wildflowers to appreciate and a variety of tons of wildlife to be seen. You can camp in one of the many campgrounds that the park has to offer, enjoying the natural beauty of Montana.

Bryce Canyon National Park

If you’re looking for a spot to park your RV out west, check out Bryce Canyon National Park, which is located in southwestern Utah and spans over 35,000 acres. There are three unique forest areas throughout this park, and thanks to various elevation levels, it is famous for the tall, rocky spires within it. The park has two campgrounds, perfect for parking for a few days of hiking, sightseeing, and wildlife watching.

Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park, located in Maine, is one of the best parks in the country: it’s known for its 17 million acres of pine trees, 6,000 lakes and over 32,000 miles of rivers and streams.

The top of Cadillac Mountain is the highest point along the east coast: hike up there to watch the sunrise and be the first person on the east coast to see the sun.

Badlands National Park

The Badlands National Park in South Dakota has 244,000 acres of plains and mountains. It was once the roaming grounds for ancient mammals such as the saber-toothed cat. Here, you can check out the country’s richest fossil bed (and one of the richest in the whole world), and check out some animals that still live there today including bison, bighorn sheep, and prairie dogs.

Before you head out on your next adventure, make sure your RV is in tip-top shape. Hemet Valley RV Siding & Storage is a dual-functioning company in California, specializing in aluminum and fiberglass RV Siding and Aluminum RV Travel Trailer Siding.

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