- Kristin Basnett
National Parks: Reservations Open on 3/23/22 for Summer Travel
Dreaming of a Yosemite vacation this year? You'd better set your alarm for tomorrow, March 23. That's when California's busiest national park starts taking reservations for peak summer hours. Overcrowding in the more popular US national parks is nothing new, but reservation systems are proving to be an effective way of dealing with it and planning ahead. Conde Nast Traveler reports that AT LEAST eight other national parks across the country - Acadia, Arches, Glacier, Haleakala, Rocky Mountain, Shenandoah, Yellowstone, and Zion - will also require reservations this year. Fortunately, recreation.gov and its app make trip planning practically seamless. Try creating an account and choosing your dates ahead of time. That way, "those slots can be snagged as soon as they go on sale." (Evergreen photo/UNESCO)
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