The East Coast’s Best Kept National Park Secret:
With President’s day coming up, students all around are excited to spend the National Holiday away from school. With most schools closed for the holiday, students are given an extra day off from school, allowing them to relax a bit. Even though one day is not a lot of time, if you plan it right you can possibly squeeze a road trip in to visit one of the many destinations this world has to offer. A very pretty but underrated destination people may not think of visiting is Shenandoah National Park, located in Virginia right below our Nation’s capital, Washington DC. What could be a better way to spend this President’s Day than visiting the closest National Park to our capital? Just remember to bring your leather camera wrist strap so that you can capture all the beauty while exploring this East Coast gem.
Shenandoah National Park:
Shenandoah National Park is located on the upper east and is known for having the famous Appalachian Trail which extends from Maine throughout Georgia. Most visitors will cross this trail while spending their time in the park as it gives visitors access to most of the hikes in the park. My suggestion for camera straps while exploring this beautiful park is our leather camera wrist strap. This camera strap is ideal because users are able to hike with their camera in their hand with the comfort of not dropping it. Made with genuine leather, our leather camera wrist strap wraps around the user’s wrist giving the user full flexibility while holding their camera. Our leather is even water resistant just in case adventurers encounter some of that February rain.
Popular Spots Inside the Park:
If you plan on visiting Shenandoah National Park be sure to hike to the top of Hawksbill Mountain, the highest peak in the National Park. Hikers are given a 360 view of the landscape that surrounds them, giving hikers a view they will never forget. For those who are not much into hiking but still love catching amazing views of the outdoors, Skyline drive will cover just about everything. The 105-mile drive extends through the park and has just about every trailhead of the hikes offered in the park. Just remember if you spend your holiday in Shenandoah National Park, be sure to bring your leather camera wrist strap or any other tether camera strap that we offer so that you can hike hands-free!