Looking for an unforgettable road-trip to take you out of Phoenixville this summer? Ford tweeted out five hot ideas for a tour of America's most beautiful national parks.

  • Yellowstone. Thought to be the first national park in the world, Yellowstone is mainly in Wyoming (though it spreads across the border with Montana and Idaho), and is a popular site for visitors looking for close encounters with wildlife, pristine forests, prairies, mountains, and geothermal phenomena.

  • The Adirondacks. The largest national park in the lower 48 states, this upstate New York park was once the vacationland of the aristocratic elite in the 19th century. You can still see and tour historic rustic estates built by the Rockefellers and Vanderbilts, hidden amongst sprawling woodlands and lakes.

  • Yosemite. Giant sequoias, waterfalls, alpine views, and world-renowned rock climbing characterize this legendary Californian sanctuary.

  • Glacier National Park in Montana is as its namesake suggests. It runs along the border with Canada, and is home to grizzly bear, lynx, mountain goats, and pristine glacial lakes.

  • The Grand Canyon in Arizona is one of the most famous national parks in the world, and as such offers not only breathtaking scenic views of the canyon, a visitor can embark on white water rafting expeditions, helicopter tours, mule rides, and more.

The perfect way to see all these exciting locations is from the comfort of a Ford Expedition three-row SUV. Learn why at John Kennedy Ford Phoenixville!

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