Enjoy a Virtual Tour through a National Park

A woman looking at the mountains in a national park.

Did you know the National Park Service manages 84,000 acres across the United States and its territories? Here are just a few of the 417 parks and monuments that you can enjoy with a virtual tour from our Fells Point apartments.

Bryce Canyon National Park 

Bryce Canyon is home to the world’s largest collection of hoodoos, which are irregular columns of rock. It’s made up of a series of amphitheaters carved into the edge of a high plateau. Bryce became a national park in 1925 and welcomes over two million visitors every year. 

The virtual tour offers an up-close look at the park. Explore stunning vistas, including Sunset Point. The tour also features breathtaking views of the hoodoos and is a fabulous bird-watching destination.

Arches National Park 

Called a red rock wonder, Arches boasts textures, landforms, and contrasting colors unlike anywhere else. The park is home to thousands of natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of massive fins and giant balanced rocks. Over the years, the land has welcomed generations of American Indians, traders, and arch hunters. 

The virtual tour of the Utah park provides a glimpse of the park’s natural beauty. Explore specific areas with 365-degree views, including the world-renowned Windows Arches and Panorama Point. 

Denali National Park 

A dynamic and ever-changing place, Denali stretches an impressive six million acres in Alaska. It features the tallest peak in North America, for which the park is named. Additionally, many wild animals roam the unfenced land. The first ascent of Denali happened in 1913, and it became a national park four years later. 

During the virtual tour, viewers enjoy a look at the unique plants and majestic landscapes. They’ll also discover the research happening within the park.

If you’re looking for more indoor activities, refresh your living space! As a resident of our apartments in Baltimore, you’ll enjoy personalizing your own unique living space. To call our community home, please contact us.

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