Celebration Naturally National Parks Turning 97. Free Admission on August 25th.
If you have been dreaming of a Luxury RV vacation to one of the country’s wonderful National Parks, this is the year to go. Our National Parks system is celebrating their 97th birthday, and they want you to be a part of the festivities. All of the National Parks are offering free admission on August 25th so that everyone can come enjoy their beauty. Most of the parks now have campgrounds available that can comfortably accommodate luxury coaches so that you can create a memorable trip.
When you hear someone mention National Parks, Yellowstone immediately comes to mind. The first established National Park, it is still a favorite among Americans. Not only is it a scenic drive in your RV from any direction, the park itself has amazing views, natural wonders, and wildlife that you won’t find anywhere else.
There are several campgrounds within Yellowstone that welcome those with a Luxury RV. Pebble Creek Campground is a secluded and primitive spot with wooded sites. With no hook-ups or generator use allowed, it is quiet and peaceful. Sites are more than large enough for RVs, and guests have access to hiking trails and fishing just outside their door. If this is a little too rustic for you, try Grant Campground. Generators are allowed during the day, and you’ll be close to restaurants and stores. It is also the closest you can stay to Old Faithful. Fishing Bridge RV Park has spaces for RVs as long as 40 feet. Directly on the lake, visitors enjoy fishing, hiking trails, shops, and eateries while being only 15 miles from the Grand Canyon.
The National Parks are not limited to the West. On our Eastern side we have numerous beautiful areas. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee is the ideal place for a memorable family trip in the RV. One of the most popular National Parks, it is filled with scenic views, hiking opportunities, and wildlife such as the ever popular Black Bear. When you get tired of exploring nature, the surrounding cities of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have all the classic vacation attractions like dinner shows, gift shops, and museums. Great Smoky Jellystone Camp lets RVs enjoy resort quality amenities while staying on wooded sites next to a mountain stream, the best of both worlds.
This is just a small sample of the amazing National Parks open to those who love to travel in an RV. The country has 59 to choose from, each with its own unique characteristics. The Everglades National Park in Florida is a totally different environment, yet still welcomes luxury coaches in their Flamingo Campground. Celebrate their 97 years with us, and explore them now.