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DoriClee
Traveling to oregon april 1 to 8 in a RV wondering if it would be difficult to see crater lake?
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Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, Astronomy/Stargazing, Wildlife Watching, Food/Dining, Gear, Wildflowers, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Photography, Preservation, Safety, RVing
2 years ago
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cahay1
Any tips for visiting the old growth oaks?
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Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry, Missouri, Flora & Fauna, History/Culture, Hiking, Safety
3 years ago
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cahay1
Are the roads to trailhead that leads to the old growth oaks in the roger pryor pioneer backcountry in Missouri car worthy or 4x4?
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Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry, Missouri, Flora & Fauna, History/Culture, Safety
3 years ago
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vaca2014
I'm terrified of cliffs/drop-offs along roads. Will this be a problem in the Great Smokey Mtns?
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Auto/Motorcycle, Safety
3 years ago
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On certain roads, yes.  Little River Road (popular) is quite curvy in places. Check this site for more:
http://www.smokiesadventure.com/smokymountains/outdoors/scenic-drives.htm

Have fun!

3 years ago
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Lily
Is there a map showing the national parks in the North west and down to the Grand Canyon
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Wyoming, Trail Running, Wildlife Watching, Eco Tours, Food/Dining, Native American History, Swimming, Guided Tours, Historic Sites, Golfing, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Safety, Picnicking
3 years ago
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Ask_Jasmi...
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Hi Lily,

Thanks for reaching out to us! For maps of national parks, please visit the National Park Service website here: http://www.nps.gov/hfc/cfm/carto.cfm

We hope this information is helpful, and that you will continue using our website and app to find more great parks to explore!


Best,

American Park Network

3 years ago
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zoiesgma
Yosemite in April with a 4 yr old and dog. what to do see stay and weather?
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Clark Canyon Reservoir, Yosemite National Park, Road Biking, Food/Dining, Swimming, Flora & Fauna, Kids Activities, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Photography, Safety
3 years ago
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Ask_Erika
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Greetings!

Thanks for reaching out! April is a beautiful time to visit Yosemite National Park. Please take a look at the National Park Service website for the most accurate information on weather patterns, places to stay and activities: http://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/april.htm

Thanks again!
-Erika

3 years ago
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Mimiandpa...
YellowCkPublic Beach CR334 Camp leave diapers/paper/beercans.. Often fires smoking Camped Labor Day 7 days. Can site be posted no camp?
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Mississippi, Camping, Safety
4 years ago
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Ask_Erika
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Hello,

Can you please tell us the name of the campground you are referring to so we can better assist you? Thanks so much!

Best,

Erika

4 years ago
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Mountain Lion Safety Tips

Mountain lions serve an important role in parks ecosystem because they prevent the over-population of deer and other small mammals. Generally, the big cats are calm, quiet and elusive. Sightings are rare, so if you spot one, consider yourself privileged! A mountain lion attack is an extremely unlikely event. To ...

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Mountain Lion Safety Tips

Mountain lions serve an important role in parks ecosystem because they prevent the over-population of deer and other small mammals. Generally, the big cats are calm, quiet and elusive. Sightings are rare, so if you spot one, consider yourself privileged! A mountain lion attack is an extremely unlikely event. To ...

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