Board games have become extremely popular in the RVing community especially during the COVID pandemic. And what better than to mix a little fun education with friendly competition on game night? We did a little research to find the most enjoyed National Parks board games that can be played by solos, couples and families! So, grab your favorite beverages and snacks and bring your game face! Let’s check out some of these National Parks board games!
Gettysburg is, undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful east coast destinations to visit anytime of the year. In fact, it’s precisely why this iconic Pennsylvania town has become the a favorite getaway for families, couples and solos alike. You and your family can explore, learn, shop, dine, relax and enjoy the grandeur of the countryside all in one place! And when it’s time to leave, you will have a much deeper appreciation for how our Country has changed for the better.
“THIS is why we came to Theodore Roosevelt National Park!”, I thought to myself while quietly gazing through the windshield of our motorhome. Driving through the untouched vast terrains while witnessing many different geological wonders, roaming buffalo and other wildlife, I wondered why it took us so long to visit.
While exploring Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, we camped at Cottonwood Campground inside the park. It’s located just five miles from the National Park’s South Unit park entrance. Our plans were originally to camp three nights. Due inclement weather, we ended up staying a few more days. But it was more than the cold rain that kept us there!
When we visited Joshua Tree National Park in late 2017, we were forced to take refuge for a few days at Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground due to a storm and a short-term illness that forced us back to the pedestal. This is our campground review.
On our National Park’s 100th anniversary in August 2016, we thought it was fitting to visit one of America’s most famous memorials; Mount Rushmore National Memorial. This great memorial is located in South Dakota with majestic views of the Black Hills.
Usually folks gather to celebrate the Christmas with their immediate families, however, we celebrated a little differently in 2017. We decided to spend some quiet time at Joshua Tree National Park and to take in the beauty of this National Park’s thousands of Joshua Trees, Cholla garden, Desert Lavenders and Ocotillos. But, we didn’t end up alone…
Every year, hundreds of thousands of travelers look forward to taking advantage of our National Park Free Admission Days. This wonderful opportunity allows visitors to visit our National Parks. Also included are our National Monuments, Historical Landmarks, National Battlefields, National Seashores, etc. without requiring a pass or payment.