Embrace the great outdoors

Blaney, Paul
May 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);5/21/2010, Vol. 5, p49
Trade Publication
The article offers information on some of the national parks in the U.S., and the main attractions and accommodation facility available there. It presents the Yosemite National Park located in northern California, with main attraction of wildlife species including foxes. It mentions the Yellowstone National Park situated in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, with main highlights of camping. It presents Acadia National Park located in Maine with main attraction of views of mountains from Park Loop Road.


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