Top Four National Park Summer Vacation Destinations Revealed by Travel To Go

Travel To Go, a provider of affordable, luxury accommodations, highlights America's most popular National Parks

Jun 13, 2014, 15:15 ET from Travel To Go

SAN DIEGO, June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Travel To Go knows that the United States has 59 national parks - a diverse group of parks throughout the nation. With that in mind, Travel To Go recommends visiting a few that are perfect for summer 2014 travels:

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1. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
It's no wonder the Smokies is America's most visited park. The park boasts 800 miles of hiking trails through the Appalachian Mountains, with some of the mountains peaks as high as a staggering 6,000 feet. The park is also peppered with many waterfalls, rivers and streams. What makes this National Park so popular is its diversity and the wide array of activities it offers visitors.

2. The Grand Canyon
The second most visited park is said to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Depending on the angle and the location of the sun, this park changes features frequently making virtually every photo opportunity unique. Aside from the breathtaking geography of the canyon and the panoramic view, the Colorado River below is nothing to scoff at. The whitewater rafting is second-to-none and runs from challenging to expert. Attracting hikers, the canyon offers a moderate level hike to one that is longer and requires more skill. Travel To Go knows that a visit to the Grand Canyon will be a memorable experience.

3.Yosemite National Park
Ranked as the third most visited park, this central California Park is roughly the size of Rhode Island. Best known for its breathtaking waterfalls, the park is also popular for its granite cliffs, sequoias and wildlife, bring millions of visitors each year to rock climb, hike, bike and take photos. Travel To Go recommends visiting early in June when the snow melt feeds the waterfalls, however, there really is no bad time to visit the park.

4. Yellowstone National Park
No. 4 on the list is known for its geysers, grizzlies and bison. The most popular geyser, Old Faithful, garners so much attention that traffic jams are not unusual. Yellowstone boasts the honor of being America's first national park. Travelers looking for the best time to visit the park will want to plan a trip after May, as the roads are open all around the park by that time. Travel To Go suggest visitors plan on having plenty of water on hand to help with the wait.

With 59 parks to choose from, Travel To Go encourages visitors find one near them. For more information on Travel To Go and the world-class vacations available through the luxury vacation provider, visit

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