US National Parks
The United States has 63 National Parks spread across 30 states and 2 territories. Yellowstone became the fist national park in 1872. Today, California is home to 9 parks with Alaska following close behind with 8. Alaska contains the 4 largest parks, the biggest, Wrangell-St. Elias is larger than 9 U.S. states. The park system now protects millions of acres of natural habitat for many endangered plant and animal species.
Arches National Park
Enjoy the beauty of these unique sandstone arches.
Carved by the Colorado River, the canyon is over a mile deep and up to 18 miles wide.
National Park of American Samoa
The only US National Park located south of the equator.
Sequoia National Park
View the giant sequoia trees including the General Sherman tree, the largest on earth.
Virgin Islands National Park
United States Virgin Islands
Scuba dive and snorkel with sea turtles or enjoy a hike through the parks tropical rainforest.
Yosemite National Park
Enjoy the beauty of the granite cliffs, rushing waterfalls, and crystal clear lakes.