Spring is in the air. What would be a better way to celebrate than to get out and enjoy the beauties of springtime in our National Parks. There are 401 National Parks and all of them are not charging an entrance fee April 22 – 26. You can find the one closest to you at the U.S. National Parks website. Here are some ideas of things to do.
Take a Hike: Nothing compares to the beauty of walking though a National Park where you can see and hear all the wonders of nature. You might see a moose or deer and even if the biggest thing you spot is a chipmunk, you will still come away being rejuvenated and refreshed.
Take a Picnic: If you don’t have a lot of time available, you can still talk a little time and enjoy a picnic at a National Park. Picnics are also a great alternative for parents with small children who wouldn’t be up for a long hike.
Take a Drive: Even if the weather isn’t warm enough to get out of the car, there is a lot of beauty to be seen by just driving through a National Park. Many National Parks will also have visitor centers with the history of the area and information about the animals you can find in the park.
What is your favorite National Park to visit?