Quiz: Which National Park Lodge Should I Stay at Next?
Some of the most precious natural treasures in the country can be discovered in the National Parks. Travelers who are looking to immerse themselves in the beauty of the great outdoors will never tire of visiting one National Park after another. Those who are seeking adventure will discover the thrills that they crave along the vast expanse of trails that wind through each park. So, which type of traveler are you? Take our quiz to find out where you should book your next National Park stay.
Question 1: Does your suitcase always include a pair of hiking boots?
If your hiking boots are at the top of your packing list for any vacation that you take, you may want to consider a trip to Bryce Canyon National Park. There, you can stay at the Bryce Canyon Lodge — the only accommodations located right inside the park. Gentle hikes around the rim make for the perfect way to start your day, and there's always more rigorous hiking and biking trails to explore throughout your trip.
Question 2: Do you consider your binoculars to be a necessary accessory?
If you would feel naked without a pair of binoculars strapped around your neck, then a National Park is the perfect place to go for your next vacation. Consider booking a stay at Badlands Cedar Pass Lodge, where you will enjoy a room that offers panoramic views of the Badlands National Park. As you explore the park, you'll spot bison and antelope roaming through the prairie and you may even catch a bald eagle soaring above you.
Question 3: Are you one of those people who always wants to be in on the action?
If you know that you want to be in the center of it all and you don't want to miss out on a moment, then you need to stay at the heart of the next National Park that you choose. For example, a stay at the Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim affords you the chance to stay at the edge of the awe-inspiring North Rim.
If you answer yes to one or all of these questions, you are likely going to love staying within any National Park. Forever Resorts offers lodging in nine states throughout the country, giving guests premier access to all that the National Parks have to offer. To learn more about the next National Park Lodge that you should visit, contact us today.