You’ll find travel guides, things to do, what to pack, where to stay, and more to plan a July vacation to US National Parks!
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Glacier National Park in July
It can still snow up until mid-June in Glacier so by July it is prime time to enjoy the sunny 70 degree days and lack of snow.
Olympic National Park in July
The park’s alpine meadows fill with wildflowers and its picturesque beaches get some sunshine. Elk, deer and bears roam the park freely and can be frequently spotted in forests and along the coast.
Sequoia National Park in July
Sequoia is known for its 8000 Sequoia trees that are spread around the park. It is the perfect place to escape the heat during summertime and relax out in nature.
Theodore Roosevelt in July
There are two units, North and South. Both units have scenic driving loops to view the landscape, bison, wild horses, and prairie dogs that inhabit the area.
Volcanoes National Park in July
A fantastic time to visit Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii would be in July when the weather is quite pleasant and typically sunnier and the weather is pleasant to visit.
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