Best U.S. National Parks
America's Old Faithful Geyser: boiling steam bursts out from the bottom of the incinerating temperatures of magma.
Galactic Empire's Death Star: super weapon capable of destroying planets.
Very beautiful. I reccomend it for anyone who loves nature. Most people are scared to go since it sits on a supervolcano but don't worry. I don't think its ever erupted
This will always be the crown jewel of National Parks, the first is still the best.
My favorite animal is the (The Wolf)
The work of nature is just amazing. There's multiple waterfalls, huge mountains, glacier-cut valleys, wild animals, huge trees, and more.
Very beautiful mountains under the beautiful blue skies.
Has very iconic mountains and old sequoia trees
Beautiful munch wildlife and wilderness
The most beautiful National Park by FAR. Just Google images of it.
The pictures aren’t anything close to the beauty of the real thing.
Beautiful national park but can get to hot sometimes
Beyond just the rock formations, the entire landscape is other worldly.
The arch is just iconic, nothing else to say about it
The arch is an iconic symbol of Utah.
This should be number one I love it so much! It is beautiful there's lots of animals and a good stream by the mountains.
Breath taking site to see!
Viewing the canyon from the peak is jawdropping
C’mon, this national park is a natural wonder! It’s breathtaking. Although, not the world’s deepest canyon, probably the most epic. Deep, hot and rugged. You may spot California condors or even a rattlesnake. Bring the kids, the dog and your drunk uncle cause this will be a wild ride.😀
The Tetons are so beautiful. It is very close to an airport, so not hard to reach. If you would like to visit a town, Jackson Hole is literally right next to the park. It is so pretty, I have never seen anything like it.
Less busy then Yellowstone with unrivaled beauty and more animals.
Did you ever want to explore a rainforest? Well you don’t have to travel deep into Costa Rica. Olympic national park has a huge temperate rain forest. Wait a minute, do not go here. I am not joking you will hate it here. You will not see anything and it will rain like shiit. To be honest you are better off going to pacific rim NP in because or cape disappointment in Washington. You will see more there.
The most iconic non-mainland national park of America
Infested with invasive species
This should be higher cause it has 9 million visitors every year. 3 times as many as Yellowstone.
Hundreds of miles of trails, mile high mountains, epic views, beautiful waterfalls, lush ancient forests, Southern Appalachian history and culture, wildlife, and friendly locals in the surrounding areas make the smokies a perfect place to visit
The National Parks and State Parks of the U.S. are beyond comparison... and I'm not American! Every one of them is truly spectacular... not one better than the other. I think the most unusual is Bryce Canon National Park. It's stunning, to put it mildly! I haven't visited all the Parks but I WOULD LOVE TO ONE DAY and revisit the ones I've already seen. It's worth visiting the U.S. just to see these incredible, artistic "works" of nature.
Bryce Canyon is absolutely GLORIOUS but then so are all the other National Parks and State Parks. Best in the world by far, and that's coming from a non-American.
The National & State Parks in the US are ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING! None equal or better & Bryce Cannon is the jewel in the crown.
Loved Big Bend, amazing views of Mexico.
Acadia has the best piece of coast in America