The NPS maintains the unspoiled nature of US National Parks, ensuring that American holidays spent in the parks are the same for travelers now as they were fifty years ago. Those planning USA holidays can spend a long period of time in one American national park or pick up a national park pass and visit several different campgrounds in parks. Vote for your favorite U.S. national parks here. Is it Yellowstone? Zion? Sequoia? Consider the best parks for camping and best national parks for spotting wildlife and vote for them to move them to the top of the list.
The first national park in the world, Yellowstone is best known for the Old faithful geyser as well as some 60 mammal species that live in the park including the gray wolf, bison, elk, and grizzly bears.
Located In: United States of America
Area (km sq.): 8983.0
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Home of Half Dome and El Capitan, the California park rests in the middle of the glacier-formed Yosemite Valley and boasts the tallest waterfall in North America (Yosemite Falls).
Located In: California, USA
Area (km sq.): 3081.0
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Wilderness and adventure enthusiasts are drawn to Zion for its rock towers, natural arches, and high plateaus.
Located In: Utah, USA
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The park contains 26 glaciers, 130 named lakes, and has some of the best sedimentary fossils in the world.
Located In: Montana, USA
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Home to the Jackson Hole valley, the park is best known for its glacial, sage-covered valley.
Located In: Wyoming, USA
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The name says it all: Grand Canyon National Park is home to the 277 miles long canyon.
Located In: Arizona, USA
Area (km sq.): 4926.0
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The area in Utah, settled by American Indians and later Mormon pioneers, has a giant natural amphitheatre and hundreds of hoodoos.
Located In: Utah, USA
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Longs Peak and Bear Lake are among the popular spots to visit in Rocky Mountain National Park, which is also inhabited by cougars, black bears, and bighorn sheep.
Located In: Rocky Mountainssee more on Rocky Mountain National Park