Camping allows us to experience the national parks up close. Within the National Park System there are hundreds of parks, recreation areas, and other facilities; and within these parks are over one hundred campgrounds open to the public. These guides describe the camping opportunities available in the national parks as well as information about area attractions, food, lodging and recreation.
by National Geographic Society. This informative guide details each park and highlights not only what to see but also when to go. Included are hundreds of great photos. ISBN: 0792270282
by Kurt Repanshek. This thorough guide describes the national parks from many perspectives. Of special interest is the special section for each park detailing what to do if you only have one day to visit. ISBN: 0764562045
by Fodors Travel Publications. This guide covers every area of the National Park Service, including scenic and historic trails, wild and scenic rivers, battlefields, and historic sites. ISBN: 0679007695
by David Logan Scott, Kay woefel Scott. This guide details all the facts about lodging in the national parks. This book even takes into consideration the view from your room. This book will add to your park experience by helping you choose the right accommodations. ISBN: 0762705051
by S. Allen Chambers, Hillery Rodham-Clinton. This National Park Foundation guide describes each of the 2,300 National Historic Landmarks. This book is a must have for American history buffs. ISBN: 0471197645
Numerous books covering many individual national parks are available in this series.