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Do you plan on visiting a U.S. National Park in 2023?

Do you have your travel plans all figured out for 2023? If so, do those travel plans include a trip to any U.S. National Parks? If you answer yes, are your plans to one national park or more than one? How many?

It’s hard to travel for too long without hitting one of our beautiful national parks, but we understand the long lines, and near-impossible-to-get reservations may keep you from visiting. But if you do get a chance to go… they are worth it!

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Bob Palin
30 days ago

I have to drive through one to go anywhere east of home but because of their fascist anti-dog rules I don’t plan on ‘visiting’ any.

Jim
1 month ago

Already have reservations at two; more planned

Matt Storms
1 month ago

My best friend and closest partner, Blaze, is not welcome at parks near us. We travel together.

Bob Palin
30 days ago
Reply to  Matt Storms

Exactly, I live on the edge of Capitol Reef, it’s absurd that I can’t take my dogs into the remote back country areas.

Sharon
1 month ago

We consider anything managed by NPS to be national parks. We have visited about 375…still have several to go.

Tommy Molnar
1 month ago

We visited a whole bunch of NPs about 10 years ago back when it was a bit easier. I’m glad we did so we don’t have to try to wade into these overcrowded places now. Now it’s state parks and boondocking.

Bob
1 month ago

We will be visiting a NP, although not camping in one. The question should ask if you plan on staying in a NP.

Wayne
1 month ago

We still have a few NP on our bucket list. The pandemic made us fall behind in our schedule. Most on our list are in Texas and West of there.

Jim Johnson
1 month ago

LOL Our house (summer residence) is within the borders of a National Historic Park. Our RV is parked seasonally (winter residence) about 7 miles from another National park. Pretty hard to not visit either one.

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