National Park Foundation Shares
26 Awe-Inspiring Places to Stay in National Parks
@GOPARKS RELEASES #FREE SPECIAL EDITION #NATIONALPARK GUIDE, “GIMME SHELTER,” AT WWW.NATIONALPARKS.ORG
Washington, D.C. (July 9, 2014) - The National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, today released “Gimme Shelter,” the fifth special edition in its popular Owner’s Guide series. From luxurious lodges and historic inns, to secluded campgrounds and backcountry sites, readers will be inspired to check out the 26 suggested destinations and discover even more special places in national parks across the country. Visit www.nationalparks.org/gimmeshelter to download a FREE copy today.
“Our new guide offers lodging ideas that reflect the incredible diversity of our National Park System and cater to an array of interests, needs, and wants,” said Neil Mulholland, President and CEO of the National Park Foundation. “’Gimme Shelter’ will inspire both frequent and first-time national park visitors to plan unforgettable getaways in America’s treasured places.”
The “Gimme Shelter” guide details when to go, why to stay, and what you’ll pay at national parks across the country.
- Campground perfect for stargazing at Big Bend National Park in Texas
- Seaside retreat at Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia
- Hike-in ranch at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona
- Boat-in backcountry sites at Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota
- Historic hotel at Yosemite National Park in California
Visit www.nationalparks.org/gimmeshelter to download a FREE copy of “Gimme Shelter” 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 traveler’s companion to America’s more than 400 national parks. In addition, the National Park Foundation invites everyone to share their national park moments and memories in its 2014 Summer Scrapbook for a chance to win a dream national park adventure.
For more information on the National Park Foundation and how to support and protect America’s national parks, please visit www.nationalparks.org.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION
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