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Camping at National Parks


Are your kids too reliant on computers, television, and video games for entertainment? Take a break from technology and teach your kids how to rough it by planning a camping trip in one of our nation's national parks. Brave the rapids of the West Virginia Gauley River, or climb the majestic Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. During the season of new life and rejuvenation, enjoy the outdoors as a family and teach your children to appreciate the natural gifts of the earth.

For more information, visit: www.nps.gov/archive/parks.htm

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