Every single lodge accommodation run by the National Park Service is featured, ranging from luxurious inns to rustic cabins. 38 maps, 88 illus; 7x10 inches, 272 pg.
This book is an insiders guide to finding the best lodges throughout the country and securing a reservation well in advance to beat the crowds. The authors, national park experts, tell readers how to leave behind the hassles and headaches and make trip planning painless. Having visited nearly every national park area and lodge in the country, they share their sage advice on how to choose a lodge that will best suit an individuals taste and needs.
Every single lodge accommodation run by the National Park Service is featured, ranging from luxurious inns to rustic cabins. Each entry includes firsthand information about the property, room rates, reservation phone numbers, exact location within the park, availability of food or meals, transportation details, facilities, activities, and detailed maps.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
Meticulous travelers will revel in this books details.
Sports Afield magazine
This book can be your reference guide to the most amazing trips you have ever taken and to the most spectacular places you have ever stayed.
Outdoor Guide magazine
The only resource of its kind to provide details on lodging available right inside our national parks, this guide will point you to places that allow you to enjoy the comforts of home without sacrificing your enjoyment of the beauty of nature.
Navy Times (Springfield, Virginia)
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
David and Kay Scott have spent 27 summers touring the United States and Canada in a series of Volkswagen campers, and two summers backpacking through Europe by rail. David holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Arkansas and has written books on accounting, finance, and investing. Kay is assistant principal at an elementary school in their hometown of Valdosta, Georgia.