Mark 31 U.S. National Parks Off Your Bucket List — Virtually

By Amanda Roland
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We are all feeling the craziness start to set in. Being socially distanced from all your friends and encouraged to not leave your house can really take a toll on you. Some of us can’t remember what day it is or how long it’s been since we took a shower. Luckily for all of us, sites like Google Earth are here to help us remember what the world outside look likes by virtually showing us beautiful landscapes from all over! Ready to virtually knock some things off your must-see bucket-list? Check out 31 U.S. National Parks on Google Earth right from your living room!

To explore these treasured national parks, download the Google Earth app on your phone or download it to your desktop. In Google Earth, you can search through 31 U.S. National Parks and explore them through guided tours with beautiful pictures. The best part is that it is completely free!

Also, this virtual exploration can help you plan your next post-coronavirus vacation. Write down any notable parks that you would like to visit, and start planning a road trip! Or make a travel vision board of all the U.S. National Parks that you’d like to visit, and hang it up on your wall.

The coronavirus can’t stop your wanderlust. Use Google Earth to explore the 31 U.S. National Parks and get your travel fix from the comfort of your living room.

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