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Camping in National Parks

This story is one in a series designed to give RV and boat storage facility operators an opportunity to share helpful information with tenants. Providing travel tips for RV and boat owners is a great way to foster relations with tenants, ensuring they remain happy tenants for years to come.

Planning ahead is key to camping in any of the glorious national parks where campsites are booked well in advance. NATIONAL PARK CAMPSITE RESERVATIONS are extremely competitive. Not only are national park campgrounds usually full of scenery and nature, but they also put you right there in the park where the action is. 

It’s very convenient to stay inside the park, hop on a park shuttle from the campground, and enjoy campground ranger programs. National park camping is simply the best, but this is also the reason why it is in such high demand.

It’s important to find out the campground reservation window for the national park you wish to stay in. All national park campgrounds used to be on a six-month rolling reservation window. This is no longer the case. As national parks have struggled to manage issues in campground availability, many parks have adopted different reservation windows. 

Note the date and time, including the time zone, the reservation window opens for your trip dates, and set a calendar reminder. Be sure to set up an online account in advance and log in beforehand. Then hit the reservation button at the exact time the window opens. Most reservations are booked solid in the first few minutes after the reservation window is open, so you must be quick. Consider having a friend or travel partner help you score a reservation.

If you didn’t get the camping reservation you were looking for or need to plan a last-minute national park camping trip, you could always try for CAMPSITE CANCELLATIONS. This is possible to do manually by periodically checking, or you can use a campsite cancellation service that searches for openings during your travel dates. Utilizing a service to find national park campground openings has been extremely helpful for many camper families.

This story is made available by Go RVing.

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