America is a fantastic destination for foreign tourists who desire to immerse themselves in this great country’s beautiful natural attractions. Each year, more than 300 million visitors join America and put themselves in the excellent hands of nature. Everything ranging from enormous mountains to jungles conspires to provide unforgettable memories for enthusiastic tourists. If you look for the most beautiful parks in the United States of America, join us and enjoy the glory of the beauty of the 50 outstanding gardens in America. Keep reading.
#1- Carlsbad Caverns National Park (New Mexico)
The Guadalupe Mountains in New Mexico are the birthplace of a national park, which was established in 1930. The show cave is the main attraction of Carlsbad Caverns and attracts over 440000 visitors each year. On some holidays like National Park Week, Martin Luther King Jr Weekend, and similar days you have the free admission chance to join this fantastic park. Do you like to explore the sky and its shining moon in the heart of nature? If your answer is positive, Carlsbad Caverns National Park is yours. Come and enjoy the star parties.
#2- Yosemite Valley National Park (California)
This glacier valley is a fabulous place to relax in the heart of nature and find yourself in the hands of the Creator. Yosemite Valley is a perfect place for hiking and romantic walking. This stunning valley is made of Merced Rivers, different waterfalls, and streams. One of the breathtaking waterfalls in North America, which attracts nature lovers in spring, is Yosemite Falls. What makes Yosemite Valley famous is amazing deep valleys, stunning waterfalls, ancient sequins, and breathtaking views. The best time to visit Yosemite Valley National Park in September and May.
#3- Saguaro National Park (Arizona)
Do you like to step into the house of the giant cactuses? If your answer is positive, do not miss Saguaro National Park, which was established in 1994. Each year more than 60000 visitors come to Saguaro National Park to enjoy the stunning park. In the east of Saguaro, you have the opportunity for hiking and climbing, but you may go to the western section and enjoy this worth visiting park if your time is short. Do not miss this opportunity of watching the golden and red sky when the sun decides to go down.
#4- Katmai National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
The brown bears’ homeland is an immense park located in the territory of ice and snow. This park is listed as one of the best things to do in Alaska. The name of the spark took after Mount Katmai. The nearest metropolis to Katmai National Park is King Salmon. Each year over 38000 visitors come to this beautiful park, which was built 40 years ago. If you like to join Katmai National Park, you should use boats or air taxi flights from nearby villages and towns. This beautiful park’s inhabitants include red fox, river otter, porcupine wolf, and other animals. Join the birthplace of volcanoes and make your day.
#5- Kenai Fjords National Park (Alaska)
The kingdom of a grey whale, harbor seal, killer whale, and sea otter is a fantastic destination for nature lovers. This tremendous park was built 40 years ago to protect the wildlife of Alaska. The house of over 78 glaciers is close to Seward and has over 330000 visitors each year. You need two days to explore this beautiful national park. When you come to Kenai Fjords National Park, forget about sleeping and enjoy the glory of this national park dressed in white.
#6- Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve (Colorado)
One of the Superb places in Colorado, which demonstrates the dance of wind and sand, is Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. This national park attracts over 530000 visitors each year and is built in 1932. Great Sand Dunes wilderness area and Preserve is the host of the highest dunes and includes many plants such as red osier dogwood and beautiful animals like red and grey foxes, coyote, black bear, and mule deer. If you want to access the dunes, you have to walk across Medano Creek. Plan your time to spend three days in the kingdom of Sand Dunes.
#7- Everglades National Park (Florida)
Everglades National Park is visited via way of means of 1 million human beings every year. This national park is located in the heart of Florida and was authorized in 1934. The house of wading birds and Florida panthers benefits from tropical savanna climates. From December to March, you may enjoy the pleasant weather of the Everglades wilderness area and the absence of the bothering mosquitoes. Do not lose the joy of walking and exploring and finding little turtles in Everglades National Park.
#8- Mount Rainier National Park (Washington)
This national park is nestled on Washington state‘s warm hands, and its nearest city is Tacoma. This 236 acres park is visited by more than 150000 visitors annually. Mount Rainier national park is surrounded by glaciers, wonderland trails, snowfields, valleys, and waterfalls. The south part of Mount Rainier national park is the birthplace of Paradise. Paradise is a real paradise and attracts more than 1 million visitors each year. Other attractions of the Mount Rainier National Park include Longmire, Sunset, and Mowich Lake. Join this piece of heaven and free yourself from the bounds of ordinary life.
#9- Big Bend National Park (Texas)
Big Bend National Park is situated in Texas and was established in 1944. This picturesque park is visited by more than 463000 visitors each year. The house of different species of birds, plants, mammals, and reptiles is one of Texas’s touristy parks. Big Bend National Park has a glorious cultural history that dates back to 100 years ago. This remote park includes some attractions, such as hiking opportunities and a fantastic backpacking trail. If you continue walking, you can visit the village of Voquillas. You may see this Mexican Village Wednesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
#10- Redwood National and State Parks (California)
This beautiful attraction in California is the house of the most picturesque national parks such as Redwood National and State Parks. This fantastic park was established in 1969 and welcomed a significant number of visitors each year with open arms. Redwood National and State Parks is a breathtaking territory for redwood trees, California Laurel, azalea, and sword fern. By coming to Redwood National and State Parks, you have an opportunity to see beautiful sea lions, harbor seals, sandpipers, and sometimes lovely dolphins. If you are a reptile lover, Redwood National and State Parks are yours.
#11- Petrified Forest National Park (Arizona)
Petrified Forest National Park is located on the shoulders of Arizona. This 221 acres park was established in 1962 to welcome more than 644000 visitors each year. Petrified Forest National Park benefits from dry and windy weather and is the house of different species such as blue grama, deer mice, bobcats, lizards, and amphibians. The activities of Petrified Forest National Park include the painted desert visitors center, hiking, and walking. Camping is not permitted in Petrified Forest National Park.
#12- Lassen Volcanic National Park (California)
This American national park was established in 1916 on California’s generous hands and visited by over 499000 visitors each year. Lassen Volcanic is close to Redding and Susanville. This park’s main feature is Lassen Peak, a circular-shaped volcano surrounded by hot springs and fumaroles. Lassen Volcanic is the house of different species such as gooseberry, sugar pine, black bear, raccoon, skunk, and other animals. Lassen Volcanic National Park is open for 20 hours.
#13-Capitol Reef National Park (Utah)
This 241904 acres national park was established in 1971 on the shoulders of Utah. Each year more than 1 million visitors join Capitol Reef National Park. Almost all of the visitors come to Capitol Reef after resting in Torrey. Then come here and explore this touristy place. In this stunning park, you have the chance to enjoy camping, hiking, walking, touring, horse riding, biking, and climbing stubborn rocks. This hidden treasure is worth visiting, and you need one day to explore it—the best time to visit Capitol Reef in spring and the lovely days of autumn.
#14- Kings Canyon National Park (California)
Kings Canyon National Park is a picturesque national park that is positioned in California and close to Fresno. This touristy park was founded in 1890 and called the General Grant National Park formerly. The natural features of Kings Canyon wilderness area stunning rivers, giant sequoia trees, elated mountains, and other fantastic things. Kings Canyon is the settlement of Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, pika, black bear, mule deer, lions, foxtail pine, and whitebark pine. Kings Canyon National Park is a fantastic place for hiking, camping, walking, and horseback riding.
#15-North Cascades National Park (Washington)
This 500000 acres national park, which is one of the three largest national parks, was established in 1968 in Washington. Each year more than 3000 visitors join North Cascades national forest. The broadest glacial system, beautiful forests, and amazing landscapes are features of the park. When you come here, do not lose the joy of hiking, camping, and biking in the heart of nature. Help yourself with climbing and mountaineering between elated peaks.
#16- Crater Lake National Park (Oregon)
This picturesque national park is situated on the shoulders of Oregon and was founded in 1902. Each year more than 720000 visitors come to see this park. This fantastic park is a popular destination for lovers who want to spend memorable moments in the heart of nature. In this incredible park, you have the chance to walk, hike, enjoy the scenic sunset and sunrise, and swim. Remember that fishing is encouraged, and you may experience it. Plan your time to spend three days in Crater Lake national forest and explore it in detail. July, September, and August are the best time to visit this excellent park.
#17- Shenandoah National Park (Virginia)
Virginia is the birthplace of a fantastic Park called Shenandoah National Park. This narrow and long park was established in 1935 to welcome over 1 million people each year. The main road of Shenandoah National Park is Skyline Drive and takes you to the heart of this stunning park. By joining Shenandoah National Park, you may enjoy biking, walking, camping in the heart of nature, and even horseback riding. Do not forget to take beautiful pictures of the incredible waterfalls of Shenandoah nature. Many animals such as opossum, beaver, raccoon, black bear, and wild turkey are living in this park. If you look for an unbelievable sight of Shenandoah National Park, you may visit it during the king of the seasons, autumn, when it is painted in beautiful colors.
#18- Mesa Verde National Park (Colorado)
Mesa Verde National Park was founded in 1906 as a national park and is visited by more than 563000 tourists each year. President Roosevelt and Congress established Mesa Verde to preserve the Ancestral Puebloan Sites. Mesa Verde National Park benefits from a humid continental climate. This park’s main attractions include cliff dwellings, Cedar Tree Tower, Far View Complex, Cliff Palace, balcony house, and other amazing sights. It is suggested to spend two days in this beautiful park and enjoy Mesa Verde National Park’s eye-catching view. Do not miss the beautiful Cliff Dwellings. Come and immerse yourself in the pages of history.
#19- Acadia National Park (Maine)
This beautiful national park shines on the chest of Maine. It was established in 1916. Each year over 3 million travelers join the picturesque park. Acadia wilderness area covers half of Mount Desert Island, some areas of the Schoodic Peninsula, and nearby Islands. Acadia National Park was called Sieur de Monts formally and changed to Acadia in 1929. Acadia is the settlement of beautiful animals such as snapping turtles, white-tailed deer, black bears, and fabulous birds and plants. During spring and autumn, you may enjoy the possibility of rock climbing, biking, horseback riding, swimming, and kayaking on the lovely lakes. If you join this park in winter, you may go fishing, skiing, and snowmobiling. The best time to visit this fantastic park is late spring and the lovely autumn. Do not forget to bring your hiking boots if you visit Acadia National Park in winter.
#20- Canyonlands National Park (Utah)
Canyonlands National Park was established in 1964 in Utah and visited by more than 539000 visitors annually. Canyonlands National Park is split into unique parts, which include the Needles, the island withinside the sky, and the Maze. Each district represents its features. This magical park is the homeland of black bears, fox, badger, skunk, and hawk. The beautiful plants that add to the beauty of Canyonlands National Park include Russian Olive, tamarisk, and beautiful wildflowers. In Canyonlands National Park, you have the opportunity for hiking, rock climbing, and camping. Do not miss this colorful park on lovely days of fall.
#21- Denali National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
The kingdom of the glorious glacier is the house of a beautiful park called Denali National Park and Preserve. This stunning national park was founded 103 years ago in Alaska. Denali wilderness area and Preserve is close to Healey and visited by over 590000 visitors each year. It is very crowded from May to September, and eager tourists seize the time to benefit from the mother of nature’s beauty. Denali means the high one, and the Koyukon people select the name. Join Alaska and enjoy its pure beauty.
#22- Death Valley National Park (California -Nevada)
The border of California and Nevada is the birthplace of a national park established in 1933. Each year more than 1500000 visitors come to Death Valley United States park. It is close to California, Lone Pine, Nevada, and Beatty. Death Valley National Park is the house of different animals and plants such as coyotes, bighorn sheep, Joshua tree, and shad scale. You can explore Death Valley National Park in your car or bicycle. The Saline Valley has different hot springs pools, so do not miss the northeast part of this valley. Put yourself in the warm hands of the hot springs, and enjoy the warmth of the water. Death Valley wilderness area during winter could be dangerous so take care. The name of this park to take after a group of people lost here in 1849-1850.
#23- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hawaii)
The kingdom of volcanoes holds a beautiful like a hidden gem. This invaluable treasure, which is located in Hawaii established in 1916, is called Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This most visited park is surrounded by two acting volcanoes and volcanoes that shaped Hawaii. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park provides scientific information about the birth of Hawaii. Do not forget to visit historical places such as Ainapo Trail, Volcano House, and Ainahou Ranch. The cultural and geological landscapes of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park attract tourists from different parts of the wide world. As Hawaii Volcanoes National Park welcomes you 24-hours a day, you can enjoy the glory of the glowing lava. Do not close your eyes to this picturesque park.
#24- Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado)
Rocky Mountain National Park covers over 265 acres and was established 101 years ago. This fabulous park is visited by over 4 million passengers annually. The elated mountains, fantastic wildlife, great environment, and alpine lakes are Rocky Mountain National Park’s main characteristics. You may join Rocky Mountain National Park via Estes Park or the entrance of the Grand Lake. If you drive non-stop, you may find yourself in Rocky Mountain National Park after 2 hours. The best view of the Rocky Mountains National Park is represented from June to the beautiful September. If you want to avoid the crowd in this scenic park, do not miss it in April.
#25- Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee -North Carolina)
This park covers over 522 acres and is visited by more than 12 million of nature lovers each year. What makes the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee popular; is its waterfalls, elated mountains, and historical structures. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited destination, and eager tourists join this beautiful place to visit cades cove, barns, historic churches, and the Mountain Farm Museum. Autumn and summer are the best times to immerse yourself in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You may access this beautiful park from nearby cities such as Nashville, Atlanta, and Asheville.
#26- Wrangell St Elias National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
Wrangell St Elias wilderness area and Preserve is a scenic park larger than Switzerland and provides the most beautiful view of a park in Alaska. Wrangell St Elias National Park and Preserve is the birthplace of the beautiful frozen fall and handsome ranger of St Elias mountains. You make camp near the Green River and enjoy its beauty.
#27- Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming)
There is a picturesque park in northwestern Wyoming that could be an excellent destination for poets and painters who look for pure places. Grand Teton National Park is like the painting of the best painters. If you are a rock climber, Grand Teton National Park can be an inspiring place. Camping, hiking, boating, and fishing are allowed in this park. Grand Teton National Park has the most stunning view in September, so do not miss this lovely park.
#28- Badlands National Park (South Dakota)
South Dakota is the birthplace of a fantastic park called Badlands National Park. It was established as a national park in 1978. Badlands is visited by over 1 million people each year. You may see bison, elk, swift fox, bobcat, and other animals if you come here. Badlands National Park is a fantastic destination for fossil hunting, walking, and exploring new things. August through September is the best time to visit the beauty of Badlands National Park, so plan your time to stay two days here.
#29- Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)
Grand Canyon National Park was established in 1919 in Arizona and visited by more than 5 million people each year. The best time to join this outstanding park is when the temperature is pleasant in September, May, or March. In the Grand Canyon wilderness area, you will see the most stunning view of the sunset and sunrise. Stay two days here and explore the ancient museum, visitor centers, and gift shops.
#30- Sequoia National Park (California)
Sequoia National Park was established in 1890 on the shoulders of California to protect the giant sequoia trees and other plants. The General Highway connects this Park to Kings Canyon National Park. This park’s attractions include Sherman Tree Trail, Tunnel Log, Tokopah Falls, Moro Rock, Giant Forest Museum, fishing, camping, and hiking. Join Sequoia between June through August and make your day.
#31- Joshua Tree National Park (California)
Joshua Tree national park is positioned in California and established in 1994 and visited by more than 2 million passengers annually. Joshua Tree countrywide park is near Palm Springs, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles. The name of the park is selected for Joshua Tree, which is in danger of extinction. Visiting Joshua Tree National Park is free, and you may join it in October, March, or May.
#32- Olympic National Park (Washington)
Olympic National Park is positioned in Washington and visited by more than 3 million travelers each year. This over 922 acres area is an exciting place for hiking, walking, and exploring the beautiful animals and plants. Spring through fall is the best time to join the Olympic wilderness area. As there is no evidence about the Olympic hot springs’ safety, it is better to avoid swimming in these pools, but you may enjoy swimming and kayaking in the lake.
#33- Congress National Park (South Carolina)
If you drive non-stop, you will step into Congress National Park in South Carolina, which benefits from the best climate and untouched places. Congress National Park was established in 2003 and became a fantastic place for lovers. After visiting this park, you may rest under the shadow of the red trees.
#34- Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)
Yellowstone National Park is located in Wyoming and stretched over Idaho and Montana. This over two million acres park was established in 1872 and visited by more than 41 million nature lovers each year. April through May is the best time to come to the scenic park. Join Yellowstone National Park with your children and let them explore the park’s beauty and touch nature friendly.
#35- Zion National Park (Utah)
In southwestern Utah, there is a national park established in 1919. Zion Canyon is the main feature of Zion National Park in that its tan and red-colored walls deteriorated by the Virgin River. The unique geography of Zion wild park and its amazing animals and plant species attract a significant number of visitors. May, October, April, and September are pleasant months to go to Zion National Park.
#36- Glacier National Park (Montana)
Glacier National Park was established 110 years ago in Montana and welcomed more than 3 million people with open arms. The stunning mountains, excellent plants and animals, and lovely lakes add to the beauty of the Glacier wilderness area. If you want to go to Montana and desire to visit Glacier, you may come here in August and July and spend three memorable days in this Paradise. In Glacier National Park, your children have an opportunity to see the black bear, grizzly bear, wolverine, mountain goats, and cougar. The hiking trails are provided to hiking lovers. If you are a rock climber, do not miss Glacier National Park. Fishing is allowed in this park, so come and enjoy it.
#37- Arches National Park (Utah)
Utah is the birthplace of incredible national parks, and one of these fantastic parks is Arches National Park. This beautiful park was established in 1929 as a national monument. The house of over 2000 stone arches such as Delicate Arch makes it a touristy place in Utah. Some of the remarkable features of Arches National Park includes Balanced Rocks, Courthouse Towers, Devils Garden, Landscape Arch, and Wall Arch. While walking in the Arches United States Park, you may find a red fox, cougar, collared lizard, or kangaroo rat. Arches National Park offers recreational activities such as camping, touring, canyoneering, and hiking. It lasts 3 hours to see this park, so put on your walking shoes and explore it.
#38- Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)
Southwestern Utah is the host of a collection of natural and incredible amphitheaters that was established in 1928. Bryce Canyon National Park shines in the white, red, and orange colors and is a perfect subject for photographers. The hiking trails and scenic directions for driving attract over 2 million visitors each year. as the sky is immaculate, you may enjoy the magnificence of the night sky and the beauty of the silvery moon that shines along with the stars. Please do your best to spend at least one day in the park and explore it in detail. The house of hoodoos is a must-see place, so do not close your eyes to it.
#39- Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
The west of Juneau is the house of an incredible park that was born in ice and snow. This national park was established in 1980 and attracted more than 500000 visitors each year. The UNESCO World Heritage Site includes seven glaciers, such as Marjorie Glacier and Johns Hopkins Glacier. In Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, you can find glorious bald and golden eagles, hawks, owls, incredible mountain goats, and timber wolves. Some of the provided activities in this park include bird watching, hiking, camping, and fishing. Remember that you are not allowed to hunt in Glacier Bay national forest and Preserve, and if you desire hunting, you should go to the preserved part of the park.
#40- Isle Royale National Park (Michigan)
Isle Royale National Park includes hundreds of islands in Michigan, and Lake Superior adds to its beauty. It was established in 1940 and visited by more than 25000 visitors. You may camp in Rock Harbour Lodge and enjoy walking In the wild beauty of Isle Royale National Park. You have the chance to learn about wildlife in the park.
#41- Channel Islands National Park (California)
This national park includes five channels of islands and was established in 1980. Channel Islands National Park is close to Santa Barbara and is visited by more than 350000 each year. You can find over 2000 species of animals and beautiful plants in this park. The inhabitants of the Channel Islands wilderness area include harbor seal, barn owl, brown pelican, spotted skunk, and other animals. Kayaking opportunities are provided in Channel Islands National Park, so seize the time and put yourself in the sea caves and remember each second. If you want to stay in the park, you should bring water and food because there are no services. Summer through fall, you may join Channel Islands National Park and enjoy snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking in the Channel Islands. Come and enjoy the Mediterranean-type weather of Channel Islands National Park.
#41- Dry Tortugas National Park (Key West)
This 64 acres national park is close to Key West and was established 85 years ago. The beautiful coral reefs, the sunken treasures, and the sea life of the park attract more than 56000 visitors each year. You can join the Dry Tortugas wilderness area by boat or seaplane and enjoy the provided opportunities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, camping, and swimming. Come to this real Paradise and spend some romantic days in Dry Tortugas National Park.
#43- Haleakala National Park (Kula)
The state of Hawaii is the house of Haleakala National Park, established in 1961 and visited by more than 1 million visitors each year. If you want to see the sky of the night, join the Haleakala Observatory and experience the best view of the night. This part of Hawaii is a fantastic place for anyone who wants to see the house of the sun. The most scenic sunrise in Haleakala national forest will not be repeated in other places in the world. Do not hesitate to visit Haleakala National Park.
#44- Mammoth Cave National Park (Kentucky)
Kentucky is the birthplace of the longest cave visited by more than 500000 visitors. Mammoth Cave National Park was set up in 1941. The spark’s remarkable features that attract visitors include Grand Avenue, Fat Man’s Misery, and the picturesque Niagara. Visiting Mammoth Cave national forest is not free.
#45- Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is the Paradise of climbers and was established in 1980. This wilderness park has no roads, and you must hike or fly to access it. Gates of the Arctic National Park is the house of some animals like fox, wolf, and caribou. Camping isn’t accredited here.
#46- Great Basin National Park (Nevada)
Great Basin National Park is close to Baker, Ely, and Border. Established in 1986 and visited by 131000 visitors. The caves of the Great Basin national forest are considered a fantastic place for nature lovers. The notable features of this park include Lehman Caves, beautiful trails, and visitor centers. This park is always open.
#47- Biscayne National Park (Florida)
Water covers 95% of Biscayne National Park and creates a picturesque park. The house of Eliott Key is made of coral reef fossils and was established in 1980. You may enjoy snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, and watching the sunset if you come here. Do not forget to visit Stiltsville.
#48- Cuyahoga Valley National Park (Ohio)
Cuyahoga Valley National Park was established in 2000 to protect the Royal landscapes of Ohio. This park is in the Great Lakes Basin and is the raccoon house, bald eagles, links, and bats. The rivers, wetlands, forests, and waterfalls make Cuyahoga Valley national forest a real paradise.
#49- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hawaii)
Join the territory of the active volcanoes and learn about the process of Hawaii’s birth. The dramatic volcanoes are an excellent subject for photography. If you go to the park’s museum, you can see the displays that demonstrate the features of Hawaii.
#50- Lake Clark National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
This national park was established in 1980 to protect the glacial lakes, rainforest, two volcanoes, and alpine tundra. If you want to visit Lake Clark National Park, you should use a boat or airplane. Come and enjoy camping, rafting, kayaking, and hiking.