10 Best National Park In USA


One of California's most-visited national parks, Yosemite National Park stands out for its bevy of impressive waterfalls, such as Vernal Fall and Bridalveil Fall, as well as unique granite rock formations like Half Dome and El Capitan.


Even if Yellowstone didn't hold the incredible distinction of being the world's first national park, the 2.2 million-acre park could easily stand on its own for its unique natural attractions and diverse geography.

Glacier National Park

Water and mountains define this national park, which spans two mountain ranges and includes more than 700 lakes across Montana. 

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Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is so magnificent that even the highest quality photos don't do the Arizona park's vast beauty justice – you just have to see it in person.

Zion National Park

This Utah national park is a paradise for thrill-seekers. Hike Angels Landing, which brings you up through a nearly 1,500-foot natural staircase.

Grand Teton National Park

Jackson Hole's backcountry is a wild wonderland begging to be explored. Once home to ranchers and fur trappers, this Wyoming park now offers more than 200 miles of trails that weave past prairies.

Bryce Canyon National Park

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Rocky Mountain National Park

The Rockies earn plenty of points for their convenience. Sitting just 70 miles northwest of Denver, the area makes for an easy daytrip. However, you could also spend days exploring this Colorado park. 

Arches National Park

Established in 1929, Arches National Park covers nearly 77,000 acres in eastern Utah. Oddly shaped sandstone monuments occupy every view, and the formations make the park an excellent place for backpackers, rock climbers and hikers, not to mention photographers.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Stretching across 500,000-plus acres in North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers ample opportunities for wildlife-viewing and hiking, including the popular Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail and Chimney Tops trail. 


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