“Exploring the National Park System by RV is one of the quintessential approaches to visiting national parks, monuments, national recreation areas, and other park system units that combined represent what Wallace Stegner defined as the best idea America ever had.”
The National Parks Traveler has just published an eBook titled “The Essential Guide to RVing In The National Park System.” this eBook “presents RV enthusiasts with a rich collection of articles exploring the park system by RV, camper, or trailer that is supported by a directory packed with RVing specific details on more than 250 campgrounds in more than 70 parks.”
“Through a table of contents that divides the country geographically, you can quickly find the park you want to visit, click on its link, and find both an overview of that park along with a chart of campground information ranging from hookup availability, generator hours, ADA site availability, nightly fees, maximum RV length individual sites can handle, and much more.”
I just purchased and downloaded this eBook and was able to export it to both my Kindle app as well as my iPad’s PDF Editor, so I can carry it along with my iPad where ever I go … of course, now I need an RV, camper, or trailer, but that will come later (I hope).
In the meantime, I urge you to check this eBook out for yourself by clicking on the image above to be taken to the Traveler article where you can make your purchase. For $9.95, it’s a great deal and it also helps the Traveler continue its mission of providing you news and other articles about the national parks and other protected lands.