|Above, the Grand Canyon. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Sometimes, it is best not to visit the more popular national parks during the summer season. Those parks have enormous crowds and finding accommodations (lodges, cabins, campsites, etc.) is very difficult, if not near-impossible.
I visited two of them during the off-season: Yosemite National Park and Grand Canyon National Park.
|Above, a wide-open meadow in Yosemite Valley. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
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America’s national parks are more popular than ever. Unfortunately that means more campers crowd you out this summer. If your RV is ready to roll, pack it up now for a quieter experience at any of these five great national parks to visit before summer vacationers make visiting impossible.
If you want to visit national parks without the crowds, get your RV ready now. Pack the right gear to prepare for any kind of crazy shoulder season weather and hit the road before school’s out. These great national parks usually have tolerable spring weather and have year-round RV-friendly campgrounds.To read more, go here.