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National Parks Vacation Packages

 
DISCOVER THE WONDERS

National Parks offer everyone an opportunity to step away from the crowds seek out peace and inspiration while discovering North America’s story and learning about all the natural resources in these parks.

Arizona

Aerial view of Grand Canyon, Arizona

Grand Canyon

A UNESCO World Heritage site often considered one of the wonders of the world. Although there are other canyons across the planet, none appear as iconic as Arizona’s remarkable Grand Canyon. 

 
 
Saguro Cactus, Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park

Named for the giant saguaro cactus, Saguaro National Park consists of two districts: Rincon Mountain District, located east of Tucson; and the Tucson Mountain District, which lies west of the city. Some of the park’s saguaros, aka the “Kings of the Sonoran Desert,” soar 50 feet high.

 
 

California

Channel Islands National Park, California

Channel Islands National Park

Channel Islands National Park, located off the coast of densely populated Southern California, consists of five islands and their surrounding one mile of the Pacific Ocean. The serene, secluded islands include Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara.

 
 
Joshua Trees at night

Joshua Tree National Park

Southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park is where two deserts meet, the Mojave and the Colorado. The park’s majestic Joshua trees dot this vast, mystical landscape, as do magnificent rock and boulder formations.

 
 
Tourist looking up at Sequoia tree

Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is home to Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States. Sequoia National Park is most well-known for the immense sequoia trees that grow there, including General Sherman, which is one of the largest trees on the planet.

 
 
Muir Rocks, Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park features the largest remaining grove of sequoia trees on Earth and a multitude of majestic mountains. It is also home to the 3,000-year-old General Grant Tree, which is the second-largest sequoia on the planet, measuring almost 270 feet tall and 107 feet around at its base.

 
 
Half Dome, Yosemite Park

Yosemite National Park

California’s Yosemite National Park is one of the most famous and visited national parks in the world. Its icons include El Capitan, Half Dome, Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls, and Mariposa Grove, which boasts giant sequoia trees.

 
 

Colorado

Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park

This park encompasses a spectacular range of mountain environments. From meadows to the glistening lakes to the mountain peaks, there is something for everyone to discover.

 
 

Florida

Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park

Located in the Gulf of Mexico this archipelago's coral reefs are the least disturbed of the Florida Keys. Explore a 19th century fort and snorkel in pristine water.

 
 
Aerial view of Everglades

Everglades National Park

Known for it's extraordinary wildlife, more than 360 bird species can be found in this park.

 
 

Maine

River and mountain forests at sunset in Arcadia National Park, Maine

Arcadia National Park

One of the top 10 most-visited national parks in America, Acadia National Park, located on the coast of Maine, features woodlands, lakes, ponds, and rocky headlands. Here you will also find Cadillac Mountain, which is the tallest mountain on the Atlantic Coast of the United States.

 
 

Montana

Hidden Lake Trail at sunset, Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park

Located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains, Glacier National Park is renowned for its glacier-carved peaks and valleys. The park, aka the “Crown of the Continent,” is also home to melting glaciers, cerulean lakes, pristine alpine meadows, and more than 700 miles of trails.

 
 
Grand Prismatic Overlook Trail

Yellowstone National Park

The first national park for all to enjoy the unique hydrothermal and geologic features. Visitors have unparalleled opportunities to observe wildlife and explore half the world’s active geysers.

 
 

Tennessee

Great Smokey Mountains in autumn

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers hiking, sightseeing and picnicking, while nearby Dollywood promises theme park fun for the whole family.

 
 

Utah

Arches National Park, Utah

Arches/Canyonlands National Parks

Surrounded by the natural red-rock beauty of Utah and on the doorstep of Arches National Park, Moab draws thousands of visitors a year with the promise of world-class mountain biking, rock climbing, river rafting and so much more.

 
 
Hot air ballons over Bryce Canyon National Park Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park

Over 300,000 square acres of stunning natural beauty make up Bryce Canyon National Park, known for its sea of tall stone towers, or hoodoos.

 
 
colorful landscape from Zion National Park, Utah

Zion National Park

A million years of flowing water has cut through the red and white sandstone of Zion to form natural rock formations and picturesque landscapes result in a diversity of habitats and species.

 
 

Virginia

Waterfalls in white oak canyon in Shenandoah national park near Front Royal, Virginia

Shenandoah National Park

Located along the crest of Blue Ridge Mountains and known for panoramic views along Skyline Drive, a 105-mile scenic byway that traverses the entire length of the park.

 
 

Washington

Waterfall, Olympic National Park, Washington

Olympic National Park

Known for its temperate rain forest and hot springs the primary appeal may simply be its beauty - snowcapped peaks, pristine lakes, moss laden rainforest, and the Pacific Coast.

 
 
Mount Rainier's peak

Mount Rainier National Park

This is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning five major rivers. Wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano while an ancient forest cloaks Mount Rainier’s lower slopes.

 
 

Wyoming

Morning light over John Moulton Barn at Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Teton National Park

Few landscapes in the world are as striking and memorable as this park. Mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and big skies are home to diverse and abundant forests, wildflowers and wildlife.

 
 

Canada

Banff National Park, Canada

Banff National Park, Alberta

Canada's oldest national park, established in 1885. Located in Alberta's Rocky Mountains, Banff encompasses mountainous terrain, glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine landscapes.

 
 
Jasper River, Canada

Jasper National Park, Alberta

The largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. The park is known for glaciers, lakes, hot springs, mountains, waterfalls and the Columbia Icefield.

 
 
Hopewell Rocks, Bay of Fundy, Canada

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

Located on the Bay of Fundy, this park showcases a rugged coastline which rises up to the Canadian Highlands, the highest tides in the world and more than 25 waterfalls.

 
 
Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Ontario

The Niagara River flows over Niagara Falls at this location, creating a natural spectacle which attracts millions of tourists each year.

 
 
Rouge National Urban Park in autumn

Rouge National Urban Park, Ontario

Greater Toronto’s Rouge National Urban Park is home to some of Canada’s oldest known indigenous sites. The country’s first national urban park also boasts marshes, beaches, forest, trails, and more than 1,700 species of wildlife.

 
 
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