We Published Our First Guidebook!

We are proud to announce the publication of our first guidebook to the National Parks (available on Amazon).

A Park to Yourself: Finding Adventure in America’s National Parks covers all 61 National Parks, with an in-depth focus on the 50 most developed, including Indiana Dunes National Park, established in February 2019. 

The goal of the book is to inspire great adventures for every type of visitor to America’s National Parks: first-timers and frequent travelers, RVers and tent campers, families and solo trekkers, backpackers and daytrippers, thrill-seekers and photographers, and everyone in between.

The guidebook includes detailed descriptions of the best places to hike, take photos, and see wildlife.  If you are camping in a tent, RV, or prefer not to camp at all, we include the logistics you need to know.  We identify the peak months of visitation and the busiest places in each park, whether you are attracted to those spots or want to avoid them altogether.  Seeking solitude?  We provide ideas of where to find it in A Park to Yourself.

So get out there and start your own National Park adventure!

Read the entire Introduction to the guidebook here.

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2 thoughts on “We Published Our First Guidebook!”

  1. I am looking forward to the opportunities to reference this book on my visits to the national parks once I retire. I also love reading about the many national parks I have already been to and learning about those I have yet to visit.

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