I am starting a little project on my blog called Big Park, Tiny Tour.
When I travel, it’s usually only for a week or less at a time – I tend to pack in A LOT in a short amount of time. This series is geared towards those who don’t have a lot of time, but want to see as much of the good stuff as they can.
National Parks are a perfect destination to have a great experience in a short amount of time. Our National Parks are versatile in that there’s always something for everyone in each Park, they’re affordable at just $20 per car (or $80 for an annual pass) and about $20 for a campsite. Visiting a National Park is a great way to get outside, add to your memory bank, spend time with your family and friends, and learn a few things.
In each post of this series, I will choose a National Park and highlight the best trails, sites, and other interesting tidbits the Park has to offer – a tiny tour of a big park.
Be on the lookout for the first National Park of the Big Park, Tiny Tour series… Yellowstone National Park!