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Airbnb’s New Campaign Is Highlighting Unique US Parks

Airbnb and the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, kicked off a national marketing campaign to engage Airbnb guests with unique, nearby parks, helping them to discover America’s wonder and book nearby listings for their own trip. The campaign is focusing on three lesser-known and unique US parks.

You can find tranquility and excitement at Upper Delaware Scenic & Recreational River in New York and Pennsylvania; embark on an alpine adventure at North Cascades National Park Service Complex in Washington; and be immersed in the mystic landscape of Mojave National Preserve in California. As rural stays are becoming more popular, this is the perfect inspiration for your next getaway.

The latest campaign is showcasing unique places to stay in National Parks

You can spend the night at a treehouse lookout spot in Washington…

This unique lookout is nestled in the trees in Bellingham. As one guest said: “The space is small in footage but huge on character and coolness. The back wall is all glass. It leads out to a deck and offers a beautiful view of the woods and the bay. The view makes the whole room feel as big as the whole out of doors.”

Cosy up in a wood cabin in the Pocono Mountains

This stylish wood cabin in the mountains is close to skiing, hiking, kayaking, waterfalls and waterparks. Whether you want lots of activity or just a place to snuggle in for a few days, this is ideal.

Chill by the lake in the Catskills

Enjoy fishing and kayaking in the lake that is right outside your door. This beautiful cottage is bright and airy, perfect for summer weekends away.

Or stay in an A-Frame cabin with a hot tub in Skyomish

Staying in an authentic A-Frame cabin is an unforgettable experience. At this cute Airbnb, the hot tub is just outside the front door and is always ready!

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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