Only have one day to spend exploring one of the USA’s natural wonders? Here’s how to get the most out of it.
All of the National Parks on this list deserve much more than a day to properly experience and are certainly worth whatever time you have. This guide relieves you of the duty of staring at maps and filtering through reviews to figure out exactly how you should spend your precious time. Deciding which park to visit is still on you, though. The USA is a big place, and that in itself may make the choice for you. If you’re near Utah you’re spoilt for choice with Bryce, Canyonlands, and the Grand Canyon a stone’s throw apart, geographically speaking, but if you’re on the bottom right of the US it’s the Everglades for you, and if you’re in Alaska it’s Katmai.
If you need convincing that national parks are a good deal, check out our infographic on how choosing a national park for your holiday can save you money and make you rich in experience. As if you needed convincing.
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