By Planet Green
The Beauty of the Natural World
To have a picturesque vacation you don’t have to travel overseas or spend your savings on an extravagant trip. You can stay right within the United States and get to know Mother Nature a bit better. With over 58 National Parks all over the United States there is one bound to be close enough to drive to and have activities which fit your interests. Here are nine beautiful options, from East to West.
Acadia National Park is the first national park founded east of the Mississippi River. If you are planning to camp, you have two sites to choose from: Blackwoods and Seawall. Unfortunately there is no backcountry camping allowed. Bikers have the option to ride along old carriage trails, and hikers can roam to 1530 feet in an eclectic range of forestry and beauty.