National Park Foundation Releases “I Heart Parks,” A Free Online Guide To Romantic Getaways In Your National Parks
NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION RELEASES “I HEART PARKS,” A FREE ONLINE GUIDE TO ROMANTIC GETAWAYS IN YOUR NATIONAL PARKS
Visit www.nationalparks.org/iheartparks to Download
Your Free Copy and Other National Park Guides
(Washington, D.C.) February 13, 2014 – In honor of Valentine’s Day, the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, today released the fourth special edition in its popular Owner’s Guide series, “I Heart Parks.” Park lovers, romantics, and trip planners alike will all enjoy the 15 great suggestions for spending quality time with your one-and-only in America’s national parks. Each park profiled provides tips ranging from planning an engagement or wedding to simply indulging in a night away together. Visit www.nationalparks.org/iheartparks to download a FREE copy today.
“From sunsets and sunrises, to jazz concerts and bike rides, the unique trip suggestions in our latest Owner’s Guide, ‘I Heart Parks,’ reflect the incredibly diverse experiences America’s national parks can offer no matter the occasion,” said Neil Mulholland, President and CEO of the National Park Foundation.
The “I Heart Parks” guide helps park lovers find the solitude and space to reconnect with each other and with their favorite parks. Suggestions include a walk down Lovers’ Lane in Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a picnic lunch on the National Mall, a relaxing boat ride along the mangrove coast of Everglades National Park, an intimate wedding in Acadia National Park, and much more.
Visit www.nationalparks.org/iheartparks to download a FREE copy of “I Heart Parks” today. There, visitors will also have access to other great FREE resources from the National Park Foundation including the original Owner’s Guide – a comprehensive guidebook to America’s more than 400 national parks.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION
The National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, raises private funds that directly aid, support, and enrich America’s more than 400 national parks and their programs. Chartered by Congress as the nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, the National Park Foundation plays a critical role in conservation and preservation efforts, establishing national parks as powerful learning environments, and giving all audiences an equal and abundant opportunity to experience, enjoy, and support America’s treasured places.