Planner for parks and camping. iPhone + iPad.

Meet the most comprehensive guide to America’s beautiful National Parks. We curate the latest information to help you make your next visit amazing.

Plan your visit. Plan your return.

Discover. Learn. Visit.

Know the best times to visit and understand the climate with beautiful interactive charts.

We show you the parks that are closest to you, no matter where you are in the USA.

We give you direct access to the same maps you find in visitor centers and ranger stations.

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ParkQuest Wildlife


A comprehensive database of thousands of native species.


Detailed guides for planning National Park wildlife watching.


Instructions to safely observe wildlife in National Parks


Detailed information about the biology and natural history.

Photograph of a sinter crust at Yellowstone National Park.

Always here for you.

We improve ParkQuest every week, and you’ll see those improvements at every step of your journey. And if you need help or have a question, send us a note at hello@parkquest.net

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Wonderful for new park discovery”

I downloaded the app to discover Yellowstone, but was pleasantly surprised to see parks closer to my home pinned on a map. I didn’t realize I was close to so many national parks, and this app did a great job giving me some info about them.

The Magman

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“A quality app with a great interface”

This app has a great user interface – unlike the alternatives I tried, it is very easy to use, very responsive, and contains up to date information. Although I would prefer a free option, this paid app is simply nicer than all of the free alternatives.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Great app and save tons of time”

We really loved the app since we always wondered there’s should be like this to plan our visits when we are in town or driving to other states. It helps us to save time and plan our trips efficiently.


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“The establishment of the National Park Service is justified by considerations of good administration, of the value of natural beauty as a National asset, and of the effectiveness of outdoor life and recreation in the production of good citizenship.”

Theodore Roosevelt, The Outlook, February 3, 1912, p. 246.