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Our Goal

The goal at US-Parks.com is to simplify the travel plans of those who are organizing a vacation to and around the US National Parks. Our customers come from all around the world and find US-Parks.com a useful source for their travel research. Needs range from lodging to activities.

US National Park Tourism

The US National Park visitation rate is increasing to dramatically each year. Hotels are opening up in surrounding areas of all major parks to accommodate the rapid growth of National Park travelers. Adventure eco-tourism is on the rise and is centered in the natural and beautiful areas of the US including the National Parks.

Demographics

The majority of US-Parks.com visitors are university educated (70%), in the professional/academic/managerial sector (60%), of the 21-54 age bracket (80%), with household income over $80,000/yr. There is an equal male/female ratio.

Ad Locations

We can target your ads to specific parks or allow your ad to rotate evenly throughout the site using banners or text ads. For details, please contact us.

Whether a small business or a large one, we will find the appropriate ad campaign to suit your needs.

Contact for Pricing

If you are interested in placing an ad on US-Parks.com, please contact us using the question mark bubble at the top right of any page. Whether you are a hotelier, gear manufacturer, adventure tour operator or even a bicycle rental company near any type of federal, local or state park, US-Parks.com is an excellent place to target your ads.

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