National Parks, often referred to as “America’s best idea,” have become a popular escape in nature. They bring a unique variety of gorgeous landscapes, various wildlife, adventure sports, and incredible scenery.
The National Park Service turned 100 on Aug. 25, 2016. The organization preserves conservation forests, mountains, gardens, lakes, wildlife and rivers in national parks across America. Some people celebrate the centennial by visiting all 59 national parks in 52 weeks in an airstream.
Spending time in the wilderness is one of the best ways to cope better with stress, feel happier and have more self-esteem, according to science. The ethereal views will recharge and inspire you for weeks ahead.
Certain parks are better visited in the winter –Y ou may even find that trading in your hiking boots for new skis or snowshoes is refreshing. The colder weather and the snow make going to a natural park a completely different experience. The busy trails, romantic retreats, and the white fine fluff covering the landscape show you another side of nature’s splendor.
Whatever your reasoning may be for visiting a national park any time of the year, the majestic scenes surrounding you will make every minute of your trips worth the trek.