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Each state has its own unique beauty, and visiting a state park is the perfect way to soak it up. You can find all the nearby parks with maps and travel guide lists to plan your next sightseeing trip.
The quickest and easiest way to find the state parks closest to you, whether you're exploring the U.S. with a cross country road trip or just want to get to take in the sights of your home state, is with a GPS. You can see at a glance all the state parks near your current location and notice just how many state parks are in the neighborhood so you can choose which one you want to visit. You can even find the largest state park in the area if you want to find a big state park to go on a hike or one that has a lake if you're interested in a boating or canoeing day. Maps are also a great way to properly and safely navigate the park once you arrive. For example, you can get a trail map of California parks so you don't get lost as you roam or a find a nice picnic spot at a park in Colorado for a great view at lunch time.
If you want to more thoroughly plan your adventures or prepare for a camping trip at a state park, a good travel guide or travel blog may also be necessary. With a guide, you can get a list of parks in a certain state or even a list of national state parks all across the country to see all your options. You can also find out more details about each park and learn how many state parks are in California or which park is known as the oldest U.S. state park. Many of these guides also have amenities lists so you can choose the best state park camping site or RV camping site for your needs. They often feature pictures as well, so you can find the prettiest state parks in the U.S. and take some stunning nature snapshots to share with your friends and family.
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