5 Insta-Worthy National Parks to Visit This Fall
Written by RTC member, Jordan Mehan
During a pandemic with limited access to travel and friends, our IG feeds have been severely lacking. To reboot your page, try visiting these Insta-worthy National Parks this Fall.
1. Glacier National Park, Montana
Seated within the Rocky Mountains, Glacier National Park is home to some of the bluest lake’s you’ll ever see, making it the perfect place to make your IG comeback. If you’re lucky, you may even catch a photo of some of the park’s wildlife, such as Grizzly Bears or a Bighorn Sheep!
2. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Only a state away from Glacier National Park is Yellowstone, a national park that sits on top of a Volcanic hotspot. Think hot springs and geysers galore! The best hot spring to snap a photo at? The Grand Prismatic Spring– it’s the largest hot spring in the U.S. Its orange, yellow and blue tones are perfect for an eye-catching IG photo.
3. Zion National Park, Utah
Known for its epic red cliffs, your followers will know exactly where you are when posting from Zion- no geotag necessary. Try getting up at sunrise for the perfect picture. Although it may be early, the sun’s yellow rays lighting up the park’s dusty red cliffs will be absolutely stunning.
4. Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
Known as a daredevil on IG? If so, take a trip to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. The park has not one, but two active volcanoes! Between the dramatic volcanic landscape and the natural beauty of Hawai’i, there’s no doubt more followers will flock to your page.
5. Acadia National Park, Maine
Live on the East Coast? Acadia is the spot for you. Located in Maine, this park is known for its rocky beaches on the atlantic coastline, a perfect spot for a laid-back and effortlessly beautiful photo. If you look carefully, you may even be able to catch a glimpse of some of the beach’s beloved seals!