USA National Parks offer some of the most spectacular scenery, hiking, and outdoor experiences in the world. Our trips aim to deliver true adventures in nature while keeping you safe and comfortable. You might find yourself learning to set up a tent, cook around a campfire, or better understand "Leave No Trace" principles while hiking in these beautiful national parks.
-Meet authentic sled dogs
-Spot wildlife in Denali National Park
-Enjoy the seaside town of Seward
-Kenai Fjord National Park
-Hike the Exit Glacier Trail
-Wildlife cruise in Kenai Fjords
-Explore Arches National Park
-Hike Canyonlands National Park
-Experience Grand Canyon National Park
-Visit Deadhorse Point State Park
-Take a Navajo backcountry Jeep tour
-Camping overnight in the backcountry
-Endless Hiking Options
-See Great Sequoias
-3 nights Camping
-Explore San Francisco
-Adventure in Yosemite National Park
-Explore Grand Teton National Park
-View the United States' largest hot spring
-Multiple hikes through Yellowstone National Park
-Visit the famous Old Faithful geyser
-Relax in natural hot springs
-Track wolves and other wildlife
-Enjoy a night in historic Las Vegas
-Journey through the Mojave Desert
-Explore the deepest point of Zion Canyon
-Hiking the infamous Zion “Narrows”
-Explore Zion National Park
-Winter landscapes in Bryce Canyon
Don't own camping gear? No worries, we provide tents, sleeping pads, and all cooking supplies needed to enjoy the campsite. Each trip also includes a trained guide to help you set up and be comfortable during your trip! Any national park entry fees and permits will be included. We do not provide sleeping bags or pillows. Please review your trip's exact itinerary for details.
No. Most USA National Park trips will include at least one night of camping, but some trips like Las Vegas to Zion Bryce Canyon does not include camping at all. All trips will include some hiking and plenty of outdoor time!
As mentioned above, you will not need much camping gear but if your trip does include camping you should bring a sleeping bag and pillow. If you would like to shower at the campground, please bring a towel, shower shoes, quarters (depending on the campsite), and toiletries. We also highly recommend a day hiking backpack, water bottle, hiking shoes/boots, and a lightweight rain jacket. Each trip has more recommendations on the Trip Details pages. We also strongly recommend checking the weather report before leaving for your trip. Some locations are at high elevations and can be cool even in the summer months. If traveling in the spring or fall you may encounter a variety of weather during your trip as the seasons are changing.
This varies by the region you want to explore. Western mountain locations like Yosemite National Park are great in the summer months and into early fall. If you are looking for winter trips then you’ll want to focus on desert trips like Zion & Bryce Canyon National Park.
We only run trips during months that we believe are great for visitors based on the weather. Some of our trips run off-peak so you can enjoy the park to yourself while still hoping to have decent weather.
Here are just a few of the reasons we see travelers join our group trips:
"Go with a friend, go alone...either way you're guaranteed to have an amazing time."
- Courtney B.| Yelp Review