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Title:
Frommer's family vacations in the National parks
Author:
Wohlforth, Charles P.
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Macmillan Travel USA, 1999.
Physical Description:
518 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Added Author:
ISBN:
9780028618456
Format :
Book

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Lancaster Library E158 .F76 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Travel
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Summary

Summary

The Complete Family Vacation Guide to America's Most Popular National Parks A coast-to-coast selection of our favorite parks, seashores, and recreation areas for families, from Cape Cod and the Great Smoky Mountains to the Grand Canyon and Yosemite Straightforward strategies for seeing the parks with your kids, from when to go to how much time to allot-plus complete details on all park facilities Candid, no-nonsense reviews of campgrounds and other family-friendly lodging, with insider tips on navigating the national park service reservation system Activities and adventures for the whole family: biking, canoeing, fishing, easy nature walks, horseback riding, swimming, exploring tide pools, whale watching, and more Creative, fun-filled ways to make the most of your time with your kids: illustrations to help you identify plants and animals, stories to read aloud, car games, and more Where to dine in and outside the parks, both "low stress" and "best behavior" choices and perfect picnic spots Frommer's. The Name You Can Trust. Find us online at www.frommers.com


Author Notes

About the Author Charles P. Wohlforth is a writer of books and magazine articles who lives in Anchorage, Alaska. His other book for Macmillan Travel is Frommer's Alaska. With his wife, Barbara, an elementary school teacher, and their children, Robin and Julia, Wohlforth spends much of each summer camping, hiking, and boating in Alaska. In the winter the family ice-skates and cross-country skis. He welcomes e-mail from readers with insights, ideas, or criticisms at Wohlforth@compuserve.com. Postal mail can be sent through the publisher; the address is on page x.


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