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Whether you’re looking for an outdoor excursion, a road tripping adventure, or assistance in exploring your own hometown, Moon.com is your online destination for all of your trip planning needs. Moon publishes travel guides to some of the best places on Earth.

Two of our recently published titles include Moon Route 66 Road Trip by Green Book scholar and travel writer Candacy Taylor and Moon Yellowstone & Grand Teton by Montana-based travel writer Becky Lomax.

In addition to our travel guides, you’ll find travel advice, inspiration, helpful maps, and more on our website.

Wishing you happy travels,
The authors and staff at Moon

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Free Trip Planner Sampler for National Parks

Ready for your next park visit?

This free PDF version of our National Parks Sampler combines sections of our top National Parks handbooks. Updated in 2015, the sampler includes itineraries, trip ideas, and travel planning tips for:

Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon, Glacier, Canadian Rockies, Yellowstone & Grand Teton, Zion & Bryce, the Grand Canyon, Four Corners, Mount Rushmore & the Black Hills, Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains, and Acadia National Park.

Download the 2015 National Parks Sampler PDF

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Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Adventure Articles

Here are our four most recent articles to inspire your next adventure, or go directly to national parks or road trip articles.

A 1928 Cadillac V8.

Route 66: Al Capone’s Influence in Cicero, Illinois

Al Capone descended on Cicero, Illinois in the early days of Route 66, forever leaving his stamp on this section of the Mother Road and the sights preserved along it. Here’s what to see on Cicero’s stretch of the historic road.

Looking up to the sky in Redwood National Park's Lady Bird Johnson Grove.

Pacific Coast Road Trip: Redwood National Park Sights

It’s all about the trees! These top Redwood National Park sights include strolling beneath colossal redwoods and through landscapes peppered with lovely plantlife, long hikes up the coast of endless blue waters, and an incredible canyon with a pre-historic vibe, its walls covered in ferns and streaming water.

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park. Photo © Lisa Robinson/The Department of Creativity.

Best Hikes in Redwood National Park

Hiking in Redwood National Park can be a short stop to experience the forest on a few choice trails, or a longer stay for camping and a trip to the backcountry. Here’s a look at some of the park’s best trails, from short, easy hikes and long-hauls along the coast to the most scenic routes and spectacular viewpoints.

Redwood. Photo © Lisa Robinson/The Department of Creativity.

Pacific Coast Road Trip: Visiting Redwood National Park

A great place to stop and stretch your legs on a Pacific Coast road trip is Redwoods National Park, one of the world’s most incredible forests. Here’s everything you need to plan your visit, including the best seasons to visit, visitors centers, and fees and permits.