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The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodgesis the only definitive and practical guide of its kind--covering every lodge run by the National Park Service, from luxurious inns to rustic cabins. The authors, National Park experts, tell readers how to leave behind the hassles and headaches and make trip planning painless. Having visited nearly every national park area and lodge in America, they share their sage advice on how to choose a lodge that will best suit an individual's taste and needs. Each entry includes firsthand information about the property, including room rates; reservation phone numbers; exact location within the park; availability of food or meals; transportation details; facilities; activities; and detailed maps. Not only is this new edition thoroughly updated, but it also features beautiful full-color photographs of many of the lodges and parks.
David L. Scott & Kay W. Scott have spent twenty-eight summers touring the United States and Canada in a series of Volkswagen campers, and two summers backpacking through Europe by rail. They live in Valdosta, Georgia, where David is a professor of finance at Valdosta State University and Kay is retired from the public schools.