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10 Healthy Things to Do During National Park Week 2012

April 20, 2012, 7:25 am
This April 21 – 29 is National Park Week. With nearly 400 national parks – and FREE admission all week long – there are thousands of ways to enjoy this highly anticipated annual event. In fact, National Park Week is the perfect opportunity to introduce a young person to ...

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Inn at the Presidio opens April 1

Inn at the Presidio is the first hotel to open in the Presidio of San Francisco, opens April 1. The inn occupies Pershing Hall, which was built in 1903 as bachelor officers’ quarters. It features several environmentally friendly features and is targeting LEED Gold certification.

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Amtrak Vacations 2012 Escorted Rail Programs

Traveling by train is one of the best ways to see the picturesque landscapes of our national parks and public lands. Relax on a smooth ride and glance out the large windows for amazing views as halting mountain ranges, rolling hills and open prairies pass by.

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Hi, am looking for State Park lodge in MT or ID 2/3 weeks Apr/May flying in from Europe, lot to see from foot/car, senior pass eligible?
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There are tons of fantastic parks and public lands in Idaho and Montana. For Montana parks not too far from Idaho, look into Big Arm State Park or Bannack State Park. Both offer campgrounds or nearby lodging, and senior citizen discounts. For Idaho, try Bear Lake State Park or Castle Rocks State Park. Senior discounts are available but please note that discounts must be processed by phone. Idaho is also full of national forests--a great destination while you're in the area--such as Clearwater National Forest. Click on the parks' Official URLs for more details about discounts and lodging. Enjoy!

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Seasonality/Weather The park is open daily, year-round. Mesa Verde National Park has mild to hot weather during summer months. During some winters, the weather is also mild. Snow storms can occur as late as May and as early as October, but usually both of these months are pleasant. June through ...

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Horsetooth reservoir - where can I get information on RV hook-ups?
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Horsetooth Reservoir has full electirc RV hook-ups at their Inlet Bay and South Bay campgrounds, as detailed on the Horsetooth Reservoir Campgrounds page. Please note a park entrance permit is required and camping reservations should be made at least three days in advance.

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First Hotel to Open in San Francisco’s Presidio

December 13, 2011, 7:31 am
Inn at The Presidio to Open in April 2012 Inn at The Presidio, the first hotel in the Presidio of San Francisco, and the only new hotel to open in San Francisco in 2012, will welcome the public beginning in April. The inn will offer intimate accommodations and exceptional comfort, ...

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Timberline Lodge

Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon’s most popular tourist attractions, drawing nearly two million visitors every year. Considered an architectural wonder, it’s still being used for its original intent—a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for all to enjoy. Self-guided tours are ...

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Lodging Within the Park

Buckhorn Lodge Relax in front of one of the copper-hooded fireplaces or simply enjoy the fresh mountain air on the veranda. Each of the 36 rooms features private balconies or patios so you can enjoy your personal view of the lake or mountains. Rooms become available by late afternoon. Check-out ...

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Where can I find "Park-by-park highlights of the Grand Circle tour"? It seems you have a broken link when I try to go there.
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You're right! It looks like the folks who published that story have taken it off of their website.

Here's some other content that might help, though.

1) An overview of the Grand Circle

2) Visiting the Grand Circle on a Budget

Hope you have a wonderful trip!

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