The United States has 63 national parks run by the US National Park Service.  These lands are preserved due to diverse ecosystems, unique geological features, and just simply unmatched beauty.  By protecting these lands, it is ensured that people will be enjoying these parks for generations to come.

Some of the national parks warrant a longer visit to savor its offerings.  Others you can see in a day.  Check out the “facts box” on each national park post for quick facts and top experiences to have in the park.  That way, even with limited time, you can be sure you are hitting the “must do” in that park!

Each round marker is a national park we have visited with a blog post linked, just click!

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt” – John Muir

Bryce Canyon

Canyonlands

Capitol Reef

Congaree

Cuyahoga Valley

Dry Tortugas

Everglades

Gateway Arch

Grand Canyon

Great Smoky Mountains

Hot Springs

Kenai Fjords

Mammoth Cave

New River Gorge

Olympic

Saguaro

Virgin Islands