Every National Park Has Its Own App
There’s a lot of excitement around this year being the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. There are collectible stamps. There’s this website, meant to help you find parks and the activities they’re hosting. And now there are individual apps for all 59 National Parks.
As seen in the video above, Chimani (with support from Subaru of America) has developed an app to help guests navigate and best explore each and every National Park in the United States. As the video notes, there’s “no cell service required” to use them. Check out—and download—any of the 59 on one of these pages:
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