Guide’s Guides to National Parks & Historic Sites
A partnership was developed between the National Tourism
Foundation, the National Tour Association, the United
States National Park Service, and Parks Canada with the
primary objective being to produce tools designed to
educate the public on North America’s treasures. By
providing useful information to visitors, the national park
experience will be much more meaningful.
Guide’s Guide to Cape Breton National Park
Educational guide to Cape Breton National Park. The Guide
concentrates on three of the larger Parks Canada sites:
Bell Museum, Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the
Fortress of Louisbourg. The Guide provides detailed
information which will permit a thorough understanding of
each location and ensure a well-planned visit.
Guide’s Guide to Cape Cod National Seashore
Educational guide to Cape Cod National Seashore. The Guide
breaks the Seashore into 13 key geographic areas, providing
more detailed background on prominent Cape Cod
personalities and natural history.
Guide’s Guide to Jasper National Park
Educational guide to Jasper National Park. The Guide
explores Jasper National Park, which is broken up into
eight areas, each with distinct features. The Guide also
provides a detailed background on the Rocky Mountain
landscape and climate.
Guide’s Guide to Kootenay National Park
Educational guide to Kootenay National Park. The Guide is
broken into three areas, providing information on how to
have a safe and enjoyable visit to the park, exploring
Kootenay National Park by area and the story of Kootenay.
Guide's Guide to the Underground Railroad Sites in
Educational guide to the Underground Railroad Sites in
Canada. The Guide discusses the underground escape routes
of thousands of enslaved and free African Americans during
the 19th century. Many sites of safe houses and travel
routes are listed, including Sandwich First Baptist Church
National Historic Site in Windsor, Fort Malden National
Historic Sites in Amherstburg and Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Historic Site in Dresden.
Guide’s Guide to Waterton-Glacier International Peace
Educational guide to Waterton-Glacier International Peace
Park. The Guide arranges the park into eight geographic
areas, providing maps, location summaries, prominent
features, touring guides, and references to fact sheets
that are specific to each area.
For more information or to purchase a Guide, contact NTA’s
Member Services Dept. at 800-682-8886.