9 Vacations You Only Get To Take When You’re Retired

9) National Park Hopping

If you’re a nature lover, national park hopping is a good way to spend your retirement. The National Park Service offers a lifetime senior pass for $80, with a $10 processing fee. This pass is available for those who are 62 or older. Along with admission to the national parks, this pass will also get you discounts on some amenities in the national park. For example, you may be able to get discounts on some campgrounds. Once you have your pass, decide which parks you want to go to, and map your journey. Then, pack up your car or RV and hit the road. America is full of beautiful national parks from coast to coast. As a retiree, you’ll have the time you need to see many of these stunning parks.