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Best National Parks For A Campervan Winter Getaway

One of the best times to visit some of our beautiful national parks is during the winter. We’re going to tell you which ones so you can plan a campervan winter getaway.

We recommend visiting all of the national parks in the United States in the winter. However, some have piqued our interest more than others when it comes to this time of the year. Whether it’s the crisp snowy weather, less crowded visits, or particular activities that are only available in the winter – we share our favorites with you today.

If you want to plan the ultimate experience, why not visit the parks in a Travellers Autobarn campervan. This way, you can stay right in the park, move about as you please, and escape to the warmth of your blanket and hot cocoa anytime you feel just a bit too chilly. So book your fully-loaded campervan and get ready for the ultimate trip to one (or many) of the best national parks to take your campervan in the winter.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park

Sequoia National Park in the Winter

Picture this: 1,300 square miles of huge Sequoia trees you’ve been dreaming about, glistening white snow and the majestic bison strolling through the snow-layered canyon. Can you tell me a better time to see rarities like the General Sherman Tree- the most massive tree on Earth?
And it doesn’t stop there. There are several fun activities to try in Sequoia and Kings in the winter, like the Crystal Cave, King’s Canyon, and Moro Rock. Break out your snowshoes and skis and get ready for an adventure through the newly white landscapes.

There are also hills for sledding. Are you someone who lives in a place with little or no snow but always wondered what it would be like to do all those traditional winter activities? Well, here is your opportunity to try them!