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Forgot to ask Pete, we will be camping mostly. Did you need to book ahead for national park campsites or, as a biker, could you just show up on your September trip.I'll give you an answer about camping in National Parks in general. The general answer is that there is no general answer. You have to check the individual park, and the individual campground within the park. Many National Parks have hiker/biker sites, which cannot be reserved but guarantee you a spot. Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier and Redwood are like that. In Rocky Mountain National Park, some of the campgrounds have H/B sites and some don't, so it can vary by campground in the same park. Theodore Roosevelt and Mammoth Cave NPs have no H/B sites.