United States National Parks

I have been asked, "How many United States National Parks are there?" So I am dedicating this page that has the list of US National Parks all in one place for you! At the bottom of the page, I will give you the the answer to this question.

Click on any of the parks that I have listed below and get the highlights and some great information on that park.

If you're looking to book a hotel at one of the National Parks, I have provided links to do that on each of the parks page. Visitors have excellent success at securing reservations through the links that I have provided.



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The US National Parks List:

Alaska
Denali
Gates of the Arctic
Glacier Bay
Katmai
Kenai Fjords
Kobuk Valley
Lake Clark
Wrangell St. Elias





American Samoa
American Samoa




Arizona
Grand Canyon
Petrified Forest
Saguaro





Arkansas
Hot Springs


California
Channel Islands
Death Valley
Joshua Tree
Kings Canyon
Lassen Volcanic
Pinnacles
Redwood
Sequoia
Yosemite



Colorado
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Great Sand Dunes
Mesa Verde
Rocky Mountain



Florida
Biscayne
Dry Tortugas
Everglades





Hawaii
Haleakala
Hawaii Volcanoes





Idaho
Yellowstone





Kentucky
Mammoth Cave





Maine
Acadia





Michigan
Isle Royale





Minnesota
Voyageurs





Montana
Glacier
Yellowstone





Nevada
Great Basin





New Mexico
Carlsbad Caverns
White Sands






North Carolina
Great Smoky Mountains





North Dakota
Theodore Roosevelt





Ohio
Cuyahoga Valley





Oregon
Crater Lake



South Carolina
Congaree





South Dakota
Badlands
Wind Cave





Tennessee
Great Smoky Mountains





Texas
Big Bend
Guadalupe Mountains





U.S. Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands


Utah
Arches
Bryce Canyon
Capitol Reef
Canyonlands
Zion





Virginia
Shenandoah




Washington
Mount Rainier
North Cascades
Olympic





Wyoming
Grand Teton
Yellowstone

The United States National Parks list has 59 National Parks in USA!

Death Valley and the Great Smokey Mountains National Parks encompass land in two states. And Yellowstone National Park encompasses land in three states!

Yellowstone was the first of US National Parks to become a park. That happened in 1872. My favorite National Park in the USA is of course, Yosemite. It became a National Park in 1890.

Pinnacles is the latest to become a US National Park. It received national park status in January of 2013.

Now See Where The National Parks Are Located:

My Interesting United States National Parks Fact: With approximately 750,000 people a day visiting one national park or another, cities and towns within 60 miles of a national park benefit from tourists going to a US National Park. In fact (nation wide), $13 billion a year is spent by people visiting US National Parks (that's about $30 million dollars a day!).





Here Is An Overview Of What The Different National Parks Have To Offer


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