This family visited every national park in the US. Here are their tips

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How do you eat an elephant? The same way you tackle America’s national parks, a little at a time. 

For the Goldstein family of Charlotte, North Carolina, it started with a 2009 trip to Yosemite.

“It was just gorgeous … overwhelming,” dad Bill recalled. “And I said, ‘Yeah, I want to see more of that.’ ” 

Many travelers have toyed with the idea of visiting each national park, but the Goldsteins made it a reality before their two kids, Luke and Winston, turned 18. 

“At first, I thought the whole idea was a little out there,” said Luke, who was 11 when the family got started. Back then there were only 59 national parks, as opposed to today’s 63, but it was still daunting, as their family shares in their new book and website, “59 Before 18.”

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