Walking the Parks loves our guest posters! Join us with your personal story of hiking in one of our 61 National Parks.
Currently we are only accepting articles about great day hikes in the major 61 US National Parks.
Our readers are planning to visit one of the 61 US National Parks and are looking for specific information that can help them plan their trip. As you well know, there are more things to do in the parks than is possible to squeeze into one vacation. Your article should help readers confidently make decisions about what to do to create a memorable vacation.
Specifically we are looking for stories of memorable day hikes in a National Park. Your article should be a story that blends your personal experience with facts that help your reader decide if they want a similar adventure experience.
You are welcome to include 1-2 contextual links to a post on your personal site if it relates to the article you are writing. The post you link to should not be heavily promotional. When you submit your proposal include the links you’d like to use just to be sure we are on the same page.
Please provide a short bio with photo for the article footer. We will include with that a link to your site homepage.
If you are not a professional blogger but would love to share your National Park Hiking story with our readers we welcome your articles. When you submit your idea make us aware that you are a hobbyist and we’ll share some additional tips on writing a successful article.
We reserve the right to place ads, affiliate links and internal links in guest posts. A great reader experience is important to us so we limit the placement of this additional content to places where it makes sense to the reader. We want your article to stand out and inspire our readers so know we won’t “trash it up”.
If you are interested in sharing your story, please send us a note through our Contact Us form with your proposal and a link to your personal blog. We do respond to everyone as quickly as possible. However if we are traveling it might take a week or so until we have an internet connection and business hours.