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Top 10 National Park Lodges

Nothing says "summer escape" like a visit to a national park – plan on sleeping over in style at one of the country's top national park lodges

By Becca Bergman

ShermansTravel.com

Updated on April 23rd, 2013

In the early 1900s, railroad companies built the first lodge hotels to lure well-off Easterners westward, promising easy living against a stunning backdrop. A century later, the clientele has changed, but the appeal has not. We chose national park lodges that are urban and remote, refined and rustic, classic and contemporary. Some are creaky-old and rife with history, like Grand Teton National Park’s Jenny Lake Lodge, host to both Rockefellers and Princess Grace of Monaco; others have gone modern with yoga classes and spa treatments, such as California’s Cavallo Point Lodge, which opened in 2008 in Golden Gate Park National Park. All say “summer escape” and fill up fast – so book early.

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