The National Geographic Guide to State Parks of the United States is a comprehensive guidebook that showcases over 200 state parks across the country. The book is organized by state and features hand-picked parks chosen by state park directors.
Each park is accompanied by stunning photography, detailed maps, and practical information such as park hours, fees, and amenities.
The main themes of the book are accessibility and diversity. The guidebook emphasizes that state parks are accessible gems that offer a wide range of outdoor experiences for visitors of all ages and abilities.
The book also highlights the diversity of state parks, from coastal beaches to mountain ranges, and encourages readers to explore the natural beauty of their own state.
What I Liked
I love the selection and focus on State Parks. They can’t cover every single one, but it gave a good highlight for each State.
What I Did Not Like
Nothing – excellent reference.