Oops! Sorry we missed you. Our first article will be live by June 1st, and we are so excited to share our journey with you. In the meantime, please check out our friends and fellow ambassadors.
One thing we can say for sure: where you stay will affect your entire park experience. If you don’t plan on setting up a cot next to your car and sleeping under the stars at highway rest stops while 18-wheelers rumble past you, and would prefer to have a roof over your head, the following categories of lodging can be found throughout the parks, and close by.
Let me start out by explaining that there are two forms of camping—with a tent or just your vehicle. Both techniques are technically considered car camping because you have your vehicle, and both are excellent ways to immerse yourself in nature and explore national parks.
One aspect of our ambassador program that’s important to highlight is backcountry camping. Especially when talking about traveling America’s national parks and camping, there’s nothing more quintessentially adventurous than a foray into the wilderness, far away from any visitor centers, museums, and crowds.
One lifestyle aspect of our ambassador program that’s important to highlight is Van Lifestyle. Especially when talking about traveling America’s national parks and camping, it’s a prominent piece of the nomadic puzzle, right up there with RVs, tent camping, and hotels and lodges. There’s just something so freeing, alluring, and quintessentially all-American about the van life experience, and we want to share that with readers and intrepid explorers.