July is celebrated as National Parks Month. What a great opportunity to connect with nature for a quick “reset” in life. Best of all, some National Parks offer free admission to kick off the celebrations.
Here are some of the most popular National Parks here in the USA.
Yellowstone National Park
This national park can be described with one word, “massive.” Yellowstone National Park spreads across three states; Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. You’ll enjoy unparalleled scenery that includes wild buffalo, geysers, prismatic springs, majestic mountains, and clear water lakes.
Acadia National Park
Located in Maine, Acadia National Park offers sweeping forests of pine tress, beautiful lakes, and world-class skiing.
Yosemite National Park
California’s pride, Yosemite National Park offers valleys of granite walls and deep valleys. This National Park houses over 300 lakes and some of the worlds’ tallest waterfalls. And don’t forget about its legendary giants – the sequoia trees.
Mount Rainier National Park
This Washington landmark is mesmerizing. Standing at 14,000 feet tall, Mount Rainier dominates the surrounding views. It serves home to black bears and majestic Cascade foxes.
Glacier National Park
With more than 700 miles of trails, Montana’s best destination for hiking and trekking is Glacier National Park.
Whichever National Park you decide to embrace for National Parks Month, make sure to pack plenty of water and natural and organic energy snacks to help you sustain your nutrition through those long walks.