1. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. USAThe skies of Rocky Mountain National Park offer several unbeatable stargazing areas. The nearby metropolises Denver and Boulder may cause some light pollution, but, the Park still provides some spectacular shows for visitors. Winter nights are recommended by the park officials as the optimal time for stargazing and discovering the magic of the night sky.
2. Jasper National Park, Alberta. Canada
Each year, Jasper Dark Sky Park in Alberta hosts its annual Dark Sky Festival. Amateur and professional astronomers from around the world come to see the dark skies on 21 December, it is the longest night of the year. You can also take advantage of events including kids’ space cadet fair, astronomy presentations and night sky photography sessions.
2. Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia. Canada
Canada Kejimkujik National Park is now a Dark Sky Preserve, designated by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada in 2010. It is committed to protecting the darkness for the benefit of stargazers, as well as wildlife. The best conditions for tracking the constellations are in the summer, when park rangers offer interpretation programs for the public.
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