Visiting national parks is one of the biggest travel bargains in North America. While the parks do collect admission, camping, and various concession fees, they’re still far cheaper than almost any type of vacation you can name. Camping in national parks doesn’t mean luxurious accommodations, but on the other hand you’re usually facing a $20 … Continue reading Save Money While Visiting National Parks
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of America’s National Parks In recognition of the 100th anniversary of America’s National Park Service, Airstream introduced their limited-edition Pendleton-National Park travel trailer, outfitted with beautiful blankets and other accessories by Pendleton Woolen Mill. Now you can celebrate too, with Pendleton National Park blankets, mugs, magnets, and other items from the … Continue reading Save on National Park Blankets and more!
This is the fourth article in our ongoing series about visiting America’s National Parks with an Airstream. Read Parts 1, 2 and 3 at the Outside Interests article archives. I’m doing something familiar today: planning an Airstream camping trip to a great American national park. In this case my visit is to Organ Pipe Cactus … Continue reading Planning Your National Park Visit