5 Best National Parks to visit in July

1. Glacier National Park, Montana

Temperature : 70° / 45°

Daylight : 5:33 am / 9:35 pm

Precipitation : 18% Daily

Must Visit:

1.Going-to-the-sun Road
2.Trail of the Cedars
3.Lake Mcdonald
4.Avalanche Lake Trail
5.Grinnell Glacier

July is the perfect month to visit Glacier National Park, with daytime temperatures averaging in the low 80s and nighttime temps dipping into the 40s. This is the perfect weather for those that want to drive the iconic Going-to-the-Sun-Road, hike all the beautiful trails & visit the backcountry chalets. While the warm weather and clear roads also means that july is one of the busiest times of year, there is more than enough room in this 1,500 square miles long park for every, especially if you're willing to explore the off beaten path.

2. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Temperature : 69° / 41°

Daylight : 5:35 am / 8:43 pm

Precipitation : 6% Daily

Must Visit:

1.Scenic Rim Drive
2.Crater Lake Lodge
3.Sunrise over Crater Lake
4.Garfield Peak
5.Boat to Wizard Island

This park was made around Americas deepest lake (almost 2000 feet deep), which also happens to be inside a volcano! During the month of July, you can drive the full 33-mile Scenic Rim Drive, which is inaccessible for most part of the year due to snow. Lucky for you during this month you can take full advantage of exploring all 183,224 acres of mountains, peaks, evergreen forests, and lakes. You can explore by foot, bike, car or even take a ranger-led boat ride. There is something for everyone at Crater Lakes National Park!

3. Sequoia National Park, California

Temperature : 71° / 45°

Daylight : 5:47 am / 8:11 pm

Precipitation : 10% Daily

Must Visit:

1.Giant Forest
2.General Sherman Tree
3.Climb Moro Rock
4.Tunnel log
5.Mount Whitney

One of the most humbling parks to visit, you can go hiking with magnificent trees towering hundreds of feet above you. Sequoia is home to the General Sherman Tree, which is the tallest tree in the world standing at 275 ft tall! There are 328,315 acres of mountains and forests to explore, you can visit scenic overlooks, underground caves or enjoy a leisure drive on Kings Canyon Scenic Byway that also leads to the neighboring National Park. Whether you prefer a short hike or a week in the wilderness, a quiet sunset, or a roaring river, adventure awaits you here.

4. Acadia National Park, Maine

Temperature : 75° / 55°

Daylight : 5:09 am / 8:08 pm

Precipitation : 23% Daily

Must Visit:

1.Giant Forest
2.General Sherman Tree
3.Climb Moro Rock
4.Drive through the tunnel log
5.Mount Whitney

One of the most humbling parks to visit, you can go hiking with magnificent trees towering hundreds of feet above you. Sequoia is home to the General Sherman Tree, which is the tallest tree in the world standing at 275 ft tall! There are 328,315 acres of mountains and forests to explore, you can visit scenic overlooks, underground caves or enjoy a leisure drive on Kings Canyon Scenic Byway that also leads to the neighboring National Park. Whether you prefer a short hike or a week in the wilderness, a quiet sunset, or a roaring river, adventure awaits you here.

5. Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

Temperature : 76° / 55°

Daylight : 5:25 am / 9:09 pm

Precipitation : 29% Daily

Must Visit:

1.Giant Forest
2.General Sherman Tree
3.Climb Moro Rock
4.Drive through the tunnel log
5.Mount Whitney

One of the most humbling parks to visit, you can go hiking with magnificent trees towering hundreds of feet above you. Sequoia is home to the General Sherman Tree, which is the tallest tree in the world standing at 275 ft tall! There are 328,315 acres of mountains and forests to explore, you can visit scenic overlooks, underground caves or enjoy a leisure drive on Kings Canyon Scenic Byway that also leads to the neighboring National Park. Whether you prefer a short hike or a week in the wilderness, a quiet sunset, or a roaring river, adventure awaits you here.

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