|Above, Lassen Peak peeks over a hill and meadow. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Want to visit a national park but don't want to be mired in wall-to-wall people?
The Los Angeles Times has an article on national parks where solitude can still be had.
America’s most popular national parks receive more than 100,000 visitors a month during summer. But other parks fly under the radar.
Visitors to lesser-known parks can enjoy uncrowded scenic areas, unpressured ranger interactions and may be able to camp without a reservation. These parks are more remote, and services may be limited.
|Above, I was able to camp at Lassen's Manzanita Lake Campground without making any prior reservations. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
To read more, go here.