America's Top National Parks


Yosemite National Park (California)

One of the most visited national parks in the United States is located in the state of California and goes by the name Yosemite. This park is famous for its breathtaking natural scenery and granite cliffs.

Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)

The Grand Canyon in Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park is home to one of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders on the planet and welcomes millions of tourists every year.

Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, Montana, Idaho)

The world's first national park has some of the most amazing geothermal phenomena, including geysers and hot springs.

Zion National Park (Utah)

Some of the most famous scenery in the United States may be seen in Zion National Park in Utah. The park is known for its towering sandstone cliffs and red rock canyons


Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado)

Rocky Mountain National Park contains more than 400 square miles of mountains and forests, and it is known for having some of the best hiking and opportunities to watch animals in the country.

Acadia National Park (Maine)

Acadia is often considered to be one of the most gorgeous national parks in the United States due to its rough coastline, rocky beaches, and deep forests.

Glacier National Park (Montana)

Glacier National Park is located in the state of Montana and is a mecca for people who enjoy being outside due to its stunning glaciers, rough mountains, and crystal blue lakes.

Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming)

Grand Teton National Park is located in Wyoming and features some of the most breathtaking mountain landscapes in the United States. The park is known for its craggy peaks and pure lakes.

Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)

The hoodoos, which are towering, thin spires of rock, create a bizarre environment at Bryce Canyon that is unlike anything else on earth.