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NATIONAL PARKS

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There are 59 protected National Parks in the United States & Territories. Below is a list of them.

A pass ( America the Beautiful )

The National Parks and  Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series is your ticket to more than 2,000  federal recreation sites. Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation. A pass covers entrance and standard amenity fees for a driver and all passengers in a personal vehicle at per vehicle fee areas (or up to four adults at sites that charge per person). Children age 15 or under are admitted free.

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United States National Park List

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

Arizona
–  Grand  Canyon National Park
–  Petrified Forest National Park
–  Saguaro National Park

 Arkansas
–  Hot Springs National  Park

California
– Channel Islands National Park
Death Valley National Park
– Joshua Tree National Park
– Kings Canyon National Park
– Lassen Volcanic Park
– Redwood National Park
Sequoia National Park
Yosemite National Park

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

Florida 
 – Biscayne National Park
– Dry Torguas National Park
– Everglades National Park

Hawaii
– Haleakala National Park
– Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Kentucky
 – Mammoth Cave Park

Maine 
 – Acadia National Park

Michigan
 – Isle Royale National Park

 Minnesota
 – Voyageurs National Park

 Montana
 – Glacier National Park

Nevada
Death Valley National Park
– Great Basin National Park

New Mexico
– Carlsbad Caverns National Park

North Carolina
– Great Smoky Mountains National Park

North Dakota
– Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Ohio
– Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Oregon
– Crater Lake National Park

South Carolina
– Congaree National Park

South Dakota
– Badlands National Park
– Wind Cave National Park

Tennessee 
– Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Texas
– Big Bend National Park
– Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Utah
– Arches National Park
– Canyonlands National Park
– Capitol Reef National Park
Zion National Park

Virginia 
Shenandoah National Park

Washington
– Mount Rainier National Park
– North Cascades National Park
– Olympic National Park

 Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park

US Territories National Parks
American Samoa Territory
– American Samoa National Park

US Virgin Islands
– Virgin Islands National Park

Frequently Asked Questions?

Campsite reservations for all big named parks are usually filled up month’s ahead there-fore plan in advance the first day they become available.

Reservations are available online or by phone for most national, state and local parks. Reservations can be made up to a year in advance at most parks.

You can take your changes by arriving at a campsite without reservations although first-come first-served campsites are available at some parks.  Call the park for information for availability prior to arrival.

Campsites are located at most national, state, or local parks.
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