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Travel in National Parks
National parks protect some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world. And many are free or low-cost to visit. Even if you’re not a nature enthusiast, these natural treasures offer something for everyone. There are 423 national parks in the United States plus many other national parks all over the world with their own programs for visiting.
National parks are a great place for families to get out and explore. There are lots of hiking trails and wildlife to see. Some of the most famous national parks in the United States are Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Grand Canyon.
The National Park Service of the United States has made it even easier for you to visit a national park. The annual pass is quite affordable and grants access to national parks and federal recreational lands. They have options for seniors and people with disabilities as well. Now, you can visit as many parks as you want.
National parks are a treasure trove of natural beauty, adventure and picturesque views. Whether you want to spend a day exploring, or a week backpacking, the national parks are a perfect place to visit.
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Biscayne National Park in Florida is an aquatic wonderland of crystal clear water and mangroves full of sea and bird life and even manatees.
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