National parks are meant to provide us with places to reflect on the lonely freedom of America’s wilderness. But in hotspots like Yellowstone, which receives more than three million visitors each year, sometimes the only things we get to reflect on are the bumpers (or the buttocks) of the visitors in front of us.
So this week, we grilled our sources at the National Park Service for their best-kept secrets. And wouldn’t you know it, they talked. So the next time you plan a summer road trip, check out of these seldom-visited outdoor treasures.