Welcome to Park Chasers.com
Hello! We’re Amy & Greg – aka “The Park Chasers.”
Do you have a passion for national parks?
A long list of travel destinations you want to visit?
Good. You’ve come to the right place.
Back in 2010, we took our first national park vacation to Glacier National Park in Montana. Since then we’ve been ‘chasing’ our ultimate travel bucket list–a visit to all 400+ units in the National Park Service.
Join us as we share our trip stories, camping, hiking, and budget travel advice, and talk all-things national parks.
The National Park Service continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and follow federal, state, and local regulations. Some of the travel information on Parkchasers.com might not reflect the current park hours, facilities, and accessibility during the pandemic. Always check the website of each park unit for current COVID-19 information before you decide to visit. We look forward to a time when we can all travel together again!
Where we are now
New York City
Among all the gateway towns we’ve stayed in during our national park travels, Moab, Utah has to be one of our favorites. There’s so much
A little later this month, but not too late to post another installment in our DiverseNPS initiative. During the month of October, we are highlighting
We know. Mentioning anything “corona” these days is not exactly the best. But we promise this post is well worth it! Really, it’s not
It’s the first Monday of the month, which means it’s time to post another segment in our Diverse NPS series. September marks one year since
We’ve written about this before, but one of many reasons we choose camping vs. hotels in national parks is the easy access to hiking trails.
Continuing our initiative to highlight organizations that promote more inclusiveness on public lands and strive to make the outdoors more accessible to everyone, in August,
We’ve already shared here about how much we loved our time in Arches and Canyonlands National Park. In part, it’s because of our stay in
For the most part, the national park itineraries we put together leave very little space for spontaneous stops. We like to research the “best of