Fall, believe it or not, is on the way. In the Rockies, leaves on some of the trees already are beginning to turn. It won't be long before furnaces click on, and the lawn mower is put up for the winter.
But recognizing that fall is a great time to find yourself in a national park, it's certainly not the season to end your adventures. So....which unit of the National Park System tops your list when you think of where to go in the fall?
Do you long to walk the increasingly deserted beaches of Cape Cod National Seashore, enjoy the turning aspens and maples of Rocky Mountain National Park, head to Yellowstone National Park to hear a chorus of bugling elk, or relax on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park while watching the sun go down?
Tell us, Travelers, where would you prefer to spend your fall vacation in the National Park System?