Plan a trip to one of the 390 National Park Service areas.
There are lots of choices, since these areas cover over 84 million acres across the United States. Getting revived and invigorated comes easy, since you can go exploring in wide ranges of natural beauty locations and protected areas. Another plus, visiting protected areas are Eco-Friendly since the focus for these areas is on sustainability and conservation of the environment.
It’s National Parks and Recreation Month! Since 1985, July is the nation’ s official Parks and Recreation Month.
For local celebrations and events around the country, visit NPRA.
Home Away’s article BestNational ParkstoVisitinJuly suggests visiting Acadia National Park, Grand Teton, Mount Rainer, or Sequoia National Park in July
For the hikers, take a look
20BestNationalHikesintheNationalParks . Veteran parks writer Robert Earle Howells’ National Geographic article covers day trips to challenging backpack adventures.