National Parks Sticker & Logbook Plan Your Trip and Record Your Adventures

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National Parks Sticker & Logbook Plan Your Trip and Record Your Adventures by Unknown, 9780785844266
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  • ISBN: 9780785844266 | 0785844260
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/21/2024

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From the deserts of Death Valley in California to the vistas of Mount Desert Island in Maine—and so many parks in between and beyond—this is the only book you need to plan and commemorate your trip.

Planning a vacation is time consuming and often overwhelming. And, while you’re left with lots of memories, they tend to blend together and get fuzzy in detail over time. National Parks Sticker & Logbook is here to tackle both challenges, as the one-stop resource for planning your trip and recording your adventures.

Divided into nine sections of the United States, from the Northeast to the Southwest, this guided workbook makes it easy to map out your journey. In these pages, you’ll find out where you can visit parks such as:
 
  • The newest (New River Gorge)
  • The oldest (Yellowstone)
  • The smallest (Gateway Arch)
  • The largest (Wrangell-St. Elias)
  • The lowest (Death Valley)
  • The largest high-latitude sand dune field (Kobuk Valley)
  • The deepest lake (Crater Lake)
  • The most underwater (Dry Tortugas)
  • The longest known cave system (Mammoth Cave)
  • The only one south of the equator (National Park of American Samoa)
  • The one entirely situated north of the Arctic Circle (Gates of the Arctic)

Each entry includes an introduction to the park with a brief history, key features, fun facts, recreation tips, and pertinent park information, including:
 
  • Location
  • Climate
  • Peak season to visit
  • Unique flora and fauna to look for, from orcas, moose, or caribou in the north to javelina, saguaro cactus, or roadrunners in the south
  • General activities for that park, like stargazing in Bryce Canyon, river floating in Grand Teton, snorkeling in Biscayne, mountaineering in Denali, or caving in Great Basin
  • Specific trails to hike, can’t-miss sites to visit, or annual gatherings to attend
  • Unique travel tips; for example, a cell phone signal in Isle Royale National Park might actually be from a Canadian tower (with additional fees!)
  • Suggestions of nearby points of interest, including national monuments, wild and scenic rivers, recreation areas, historic sites, and more
  • Space to record where you stayed, your favorite places to eat, and other details about the trip
  • Space for more thoughtful, introspective reflections on your escapades
  • Room for the national park passport stamp (or one of the enclosed stickers), making this book its own passport to the national parks

While any book can suggest where to go and what to do, the introspective writing prompts unique to each park will capture your visit’s highlights, making this book a keepsake record you can pass down. With a layflat binding for easy writing, small trim size for easy packing, and stunning imagery throughout, you’ll return to these pages time and again.
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