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How to pay less for starry nights and remote islands in the U.S. park system.
Just like movie theaters, highways and ice cream parlors in the summer, the lines and crowds at the country's most popular parks threaten to take away from their grandeur and charm. Here are five ways to take in the mega parks without the mega headaches.
After a long drive through the American West, your exertions are repaid by what is, arguably, the top attraction of America.
For residents of big cities, it's often hard to find a place to escape. But if you live within 100 miles of the Delaware Water Gap, there's no question about where to find fresh water pleasures.
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From runnyc262: "My wife and I are planning a trip to Rocky Mtn National Park in July. We were wondering how many days should we spend. Is Estes Park a must see?"
From L.Kamikawa: "We are planning a trip to Yellowstone/Grand Tetons in late May 2007 and the idea of driving a RV up from Salt Lake City has come up."
From dabesq: "My wife and I are taking a trip to Las Vegas in 12 days and are spending one night at the Holiday Inn Express just outside the entrance to the south rim of the Grand Canyon."
From inkeles: "Is there good biking in either park? I am a big fan of the US Nat'l Parks, but generally find the biking not all that good, no room for bikes on the road."
 

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