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National parks- stay away on the weekends?

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We are planning our big California NP tour for the summer -starting off in SF then Yosemite ,the Grand Canyon and all the NP in that area (Bryce, monument, page,ect.), wouldn't miss Vegas and LA (ending at the parks for the kids..)
So, we got two great family rooms at YNP and at GCNP, but the dates are for the weekends. I could get different rooms(maybe not as great) but for the middle of the week.
Is it really so crazy at the weekends as I was told? (STAY AWAY from those NP during the summer weekends, were the exact words...)

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