Hidden State and National Parks
Here are some state and national parks that are well kept secrets but definite must see. Travel to these many wonders in the United States in your RV from City RV Rentals. City RV Rentals offers a fleet of RV's to choose from. We make sure you feel safe and educated prior to your departure. We offer a 24 hour concierge service to make your vacation smooth and luxurious.
Petrified Forest National Park- Arizona
Amazingly beautiful park with petrified wood and barely any green foliage. Located in northeastern Arizona, The park has a dry windy climate with temperatures that vary from summer highs of about 100 °F (38 °C) to winter lows well below freezing. More than 400 species of plants, dominated by grasses such as bunchgrass, blue grama, and sacaton, are found in the park. Fauna include larger animals such as pronghorns, coyotes, and bobcats, many smaller animals, such as deer mice, snakes, lizards, seven kinds of amphibians, and more than 200 species of birds, some of which are permanent residents and many of which are migratory. About half of the park is designated wilderness.
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Carlsbad Caverns National Park- New Mexico
This national park has everything from high ancient sea ledges, deep rocky canyons, flowering cactus and desert wildlife - treasures above the ground in the Chihuahuan Desert. Hidden beneath the surface are more than 119 known caves - all formed when sulfuric acid dissolved the surrounding limestone leaving behind caverns of all sizes. Plan your visit ahead of time to get the most out of this park.
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Congaree National Park- South Carolina
This national park is known for having the largest preserve of old growth bottomland hardwood forest in the Southeast United States. So many activities are available - hiking, kayaking, fishing and ranger led programs are available,
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Mammoth Caves National Park- Kentucky
Known for it long cave system and passageways, Mammoth Caves also has sinkholes and rivers. From horseback riding, cave tours, trails, biking and on the river excursions this park is a must see with lots to do.
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Capital Reef National Park- Utah
Known as the 100 miles of wrinkle in the earth, the national park has cliffs and terrain that has the never ending views. Ample red rock formations and cliffs Capital Reef is a hidden gem. Located in Utah's south central desert and about 60 miles long, the white sandstone domes and layers of golden sandstone are a sight to see.
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