Top Group Destinations: National Parks


While some groups opt for trips to the big city or a white sandy beach, where their only objective is to explore new urban sites or kick back oceanside, other groups decide for something a bit more active. For the most incredible sights Mother Nature has to offer, a National Park trip is the perfect selection. With our specialized trips, you'll be able to choose which park is right for your unique group.

So let's get down to it! Here is a rundown of what each of our National Park tours brings to the table. It's about to get wild.


Yellowstone National Park

- America's oldest National Park

-Located in Wyoming

-Geysers, mud volcanoes and multitudes of other distinct geological features

-"Grand Canyon" of Yellowstone, featuring the Upper and Lower Falls

-Hayden Valley, where wolves and bears go to feast (view from afar!)

-Old Faithful geyser

-Naturalist guided tours

-Hot springs

-Lake Yellowstone, largest U.S. lake above 7,000ft


Yosemite National Park

-Giant Sequoia groves

-Sierra Nevada Valley featuring 5 different vegetation zones

-Glacier Point

-El Capitan rock climbing

-Granite domes (Sentinel Dome and Half Dome)

-Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing


Bryce Canyon National Park

-Not actually a canyon, but a "natural amphitheater"

-Made up of hoodoos -- soft eroded rock formations

-Natural arches

-Red, white and orange rock formations give it a sunset appearance

-"Grand Staircase" expands to Zion and Grand Canyon National Park


Black Hills National ParkĀ 

-1.25 million acres of forest

-Black Hills Mountains, containing Harney Peak, highest in South Dakota

-Near Mount Rushmore, Jewel Cave, and Badlands National Park


Arches National Park

-2000 natural sandstone arches

-Located on Colorado River

-Climbing not allowed, but arches offer excellent photo opportunities


Acadia National Park

-The Jewel of the Atlantic Coast, in Maine

-Contains multiple islands, such as Isle au Haut, Baker Island, Schoodic Peninsula

-Cadillac Mountain, the first place in the U.S. to see the sunrise each day

-Variety of terrains, from mountains and seasides to forests and cliffs