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National Geographic Guide to State Parks of the United States, 5th Edition

National Geographic

Paperback

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Praise For National Geographic Guide to State Parks of the United States, 5th Edition

"With pictures, maps, and visiting tips, this new edition is an adventurer's must-have!"
--writereadlife.com

“You get your money's worth…perfect to throw into your bag as you set out on your road trip, you never know where it might take you.” –strandupdate.blogspot.com 

“The perfect gift for someone approaching a break in work or school or retiring and looking to take some road trips around the US.” –doingdeweydecimal.com

“A great companion to planner addicts getting ready to plan out their summer vacations.  You will just love reading all about the beautiful state parks right here in the US and trying to figure out which one to visit first (or crossing off the one's you've already visited, because state parks rock!).  Oh, and plotting out which route to take so that you don't miss out on any jaw-dropping sights during your road trips.” –abookishwayoflife.blogspot.com

 “A great starting point, especially when searching the web gets overwhelming!”
–notinjersey.com

“We just put a park visit on our schedule that's close to home and a great weekend day trip based on the suggestions.” –Instagram: @friendswithsuitcases

National Geographic, 9781426218859, 480pp.

Publication Date: March 6, 2018



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