Spot a variety of wildlife at Everglades National Park. Take a boat tour to view crocodiles and dolphins, and go on a hike to view turtles and alligators. Biking, birdwatching, boating, camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, geocaching and ranger programs are also available for visitors. Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is famous for its incredible stone hoodoos and rock types. It has beautiful scenery and gorgeous landscapes. Opportunities to go camping, biking, backpacking, and hiking are available. Go snowshoeing, skiing, sledding and take a guided hike in the winter months. Also, make sure you take advantage of the backcountry trails and tours. Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park is full of so much to do and so many sites to explore. Nabors says rafting in the Grand Canyon is an incredible experience, and the backcountry is amazing. Visitors can also explore the park by camping, biking, guided tours and summer/winter hiking. Tips: Visit the Grand Canyon Village, Raft the Colorado River and take a trip to the North Rim.