• Acadia National Park – Maine – Known for its stunning autumn foliage and rocky coastal landscapes.
  • American Samoa National Park – American Samoa – Home to vibrant coral reefs and lush rain forests.
  • Arches National Park – Utah – Features over 2,000 natural sandstone arches.
  • Badlands National Park – South Dakota – Known for its distinctive rugged terrain and abundant fossils.
  • Big Bend National Park – Texas – Offers desert, mountains and river environments in one setting.
  • Biscayne National Park – Florida – Primarily water with coral reefs and an array of marine life.
  • Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park – Colorado – Features a deep, narrow and dramatic canyon.
  • Bryce Canyon National Park – Utah – Known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations.
  • Canyonlands National Park – Utah – Features a dramatic desert landscape carved by the Colorado River.
  • Capitol Reef National Park – Utah – Known for the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline extending almost 100 miles.
  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park – New Mexico – Home to more than 100 caves.
  • Channel Islands National Park – California – Consists of five of the eight Channel Islands and known for its rich biodiversity.
  • Congaree National Park – South Carolina – Offers the largest intact expanse of old growth bottomland hardwood forest in the southeastern United States.
  • Crater Lake National Park – Oregon – Known for Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States, formed by the collapse of a volcano.
  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park – Ohio – Features beautiful waterfalls, rolling hills, and narrow ravines.
  • Death Valley National Park – California, Nevada – Known as the hottest, driest, and lowest national park.
  • Denali National Park – Alaska – Home to Denali, the highest mountain peak in North America.
  • Dry Tortugas National Park – Florida – Known for its bird and marine life, and the 19th-century Fort Jefferson.
  • Everglades National Park – Florida – The largest tropical wilderness in the United States, known for its unique ecosystem.
  • Gates of the Arctic National Park – Alaska – One of the last truly wild places on Earth, with no roads or trails into the park.
  • Gateway Arch National Park – Missouri – Home to the iconic Gateway Arch, a symbol of the westward expansion of the United States.
  • Glacier Bay National Park – Alaska – A dynamic landscape with a myriad of glaciers, temperate rainforest, and deep fjords.
  • Glacier National Park – Montana – Known for its many glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border.
  • Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona – Renowned for its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history.
  • Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming – Boasts spectacular mountain scenery and a diverse ecosystem.
  • Great Basin National Park – Nevada – Characterized by its solitude and the 13,063-foot Wheeler Peak.
  • Great Sand Dunes National Park – Colorado – Home to the tallest dunes in North America against the backdrop of alpine peaks.
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park – Tennessee, North Carolina – Known for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and Southern Appalachian mountain culture.
  • Guadalupe Mountains National Park – Texas – Contains Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas, and the world’s premier example of a fossil reef from the Permian Era.
  • Haleakala National Park – Hawaii – Known for its dormant Haleakala Volcano and endangered Hawaiian geese.
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – Hawaii – Home to two of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.
  • Hot Springs National Park Arkansas – Famous for its hot spring water that has been popular for centuries for its healing properties.
  • Indiana Dunes National Park – Indiana – Offers more than 15 miles of beach along the southern shore of Lake Michigan and high dune ridges.
  • Isle Royale National Park – Michigan – A remote island cluster in Lake Superior, offering wilderness, wildlife, and solitude.
  • Joshua Tree National Park – California – Known for its stunning desert scenery, including rugged rocks and iconic Joshua trees.
  • Katmai National Park – Alaska – Renowned for its brown bears, pristine waterways, abundant fish, and rugged coastline.
  • Kenai Fjords National Park – Alaska – Where mountains, ice, and ocean meet, featuring Harding Icefield, one of the largest ice fields in the United States.
  • Kings Canyon National Park – California – Home to deep valleys, skyscraping trees, and distinctive rock outcroppings.
  • Kobuk Valley National Park – Alaska – Showcases the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes and caribou migration routes.
  • Lake Clark National Park – Alaska – A land of stunning beauty where volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, and craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes.
  • Lassen Volcanic Park – California – Offers opportunities to discover the wonder and mysteries of volcanoes and hot water for visitors willing to explore the undiscovered.
  • Mammoth Cave Park – Kentucky – The world’s longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored.
  • Mesa Verde National Park – Colorado – Offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years.
  • Mount Rainier National Park – Washington – Iconic centerpiece of Washington state’s landscape and the highest peak in the Cascade Range.
  • North Cascades National Park – Washington – Offers a wealth of rugged glacier-capped peaks, cascading waterfalls, and alpine meadows.
  • Olympic National Park – Washington – With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park.
  • Petrified Forest National Park – Arizona – Known for its fossils, especially of fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic Epoch of the Mesozoic era.
  • Pinnacles National Park – California – Known for its stunning rock-spires formed by an ancient volcanic eruption.
  • Redwood National Park – California – Home to the world’s tallest trees: old-growth coast redwoods.
  • Rocky Mountain National Park – Colorado – Features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra.
  • Saguaro National Park – Arizona – Renowned for its striking desert landscape and the iconic saguaro cactus.
  • Sequoia National Park – California – Famous for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman Tree, one of the largest trees on Earth.
  • Shenandoah National Park – Virginia – A land bursting with cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, fields of wildflowers, and quiet wooded hollows.
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North Dakota – Honors the 26th President for his enduring contributions to the conservation of our natural resources.
  • Virgin Islands National Park – U.S. Virgin Islands – Protects delicate ecosystems, coral reefs, and historical sites in a Caribbean paradise.
  • Voyageurs National Park – Minnesota – A maze of interconnected water highways, a paradise for kayaking and fishing.
  • Wind Cave National Park – South Dakota – Known for its extensive and complex cave system, featuring rare boxwork cave formations.
  • Wrangell-St. Elias National Park – Alaska – As the largest national park in the U.S., it houses some of the highest peaks and largest glaciers in North America.
  • Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming, Montana, Idaho – The first national park in the U.S. and widely held as the first national park in the world, known for its wildlife and geothermal features.
  • Yosemite National Park – California – Known for its waterfalls, deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, and vast wilderness.
  • Zion National Park – Utah – A southwest Utah nature preserve distinguished by Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs.
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