Our National Parks Guide Book is Yours for Free!

Our National Parks Guide Book is Yours for Free!

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Our National Parks Guide Book is great for travel planning or learning more about all of America's 63 national parks. Created by John Binkele, original co-creator of Trekking the National Parks, this guide book captures the best time to visit each park, must-see destinations, tips on getting there, where to stay, wildlife to watch for, a historical overview, fun trivia facts, and more.  

John wrote this guide book after his own visits to each of America's national parks. He updates it every year, and it's ready to go for 2022. John is an incredible resource, and we're grateful to have his first-hand knowledge of America's national parks. Just enter you email below for this digital resource. 

Use the guide book to plan your upcoming adventures in the parks, ensuring that you see the top sights, stay in the best spots, and learn some fun facts while you travel. It also makes a great gift for hikers, campers, and anyone who loves exploring the outdoors. 

We hope you enjoy John's 2022 national parks guide book and that it inspires many more visits to the national parks. 

Here's a few tidbits you'll find in it and closer look:

  • If you're heading to Cuyahoga Valley in Ohio, be sure to see Brandywine Falls.
  • When visiting Lake Clark in Alaska, check out the Tanalian Trail system to enjoy the scenery and solitude of the backcountry.
  • The best time to see fall color in Acadia National Park is around Columbus Day, also known as Indigenous Peoples' Day. 
  • Campers sightseeing in Arches National park will enjoy Devils Garden Campground. Those who prefer hotels or motels will find plenty of options in nearby Moab.

National Parks Guide Book Sample

Fans of the National Parks should also check out our one-of-a-kind National Parks Icons Poster, featuring custom artwork of each of America's National Parks. 

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