Monday, November 11, 2013

Check out fantastic U.S. National Parks in the late fall

Autumn season, many deciduous trees covered with bright red one U.S. national park, beautiful, shiny, very spectacular scenery, attracting a large number of domestic and overseas tourists. Plan to travel in this season, you may have to prepare a thick coat, but they can capture gorgeous photos. 
Despite the fall means that the national park will reduce the number of tourists, but perhaps there are more opportunities to see wildlife. Today, we will follow the global travel information website "smarter travel", the most beautiful autumn tour with six U.S. national parks. Please feel free to check out more info on traveling.

Acadia National Park, Maine

Whenever you recall the autumn beauty of national parks, the first one jumped into her mind perhaps Acadia Park. Every autumn, will usher in Arcadia by thousands of foliage. Walking through the park more than 125 miles of hiking trails, views continue to show. Visitors can also walk led by rangers color variations of the forest through the leaves of bird watching ; or rent a kayak in the water enjoy the view.

Texas, Lyndon Johnson National Historical Park

You may be surprised to find that Texas is the foothills south of the resort foliage. In Lyndon Johnson National Historical Park, you can enjoy the autumn leaves while trying to understand American history. The park is both Lyndon John ranch is located; there are Texas White House in the world.
Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

This park is the famous cave system covering 400 square miles ( approximately 161 hectares ), is the world 's longest underground cave exploration, it attracts many tourists. However, do not ignore it on the ground scenery. The rolling hills of Kentucky over the oak, hickory, gum trees and dogwood forests, like mosaic autumn.

Michigan Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

This time of year, Sleeping Bear Dunes on the Waterfront will be able to see at a glance and eyeful of beautiful autumn. Visitors can take a helicopter or hot air balloon from the air ornamental leaves, taste better scenery.

Pennsylvania Valley Forge National Historical Park

From Philadelphia to Valley Forge is a short drive. American War of Independence, General Washington at Valley Forge was a Continental Army camp and his place. Here, visitors can learn about the 18th century not only people's lives, but also to explore the vast array of lush greenery, including three over one thousand acres ( about 1,200 hectares ) of grasslands, wetlands and broadleaf forest.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the United States. The park has more than 100 kinds of native species; when autumn comes, most of the trees will become a different color. These changing between trees, there are other kinds of wildflowers dotted asters.

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