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A 1-Day Guide to 12 U.S. National Parks (Infographic)


59 National Parks across 27 states in the U.S., if you only have 1 day to spare, here are 12 to choose from, with tips to get the most out of your visit.

Updated: 2018-11-26.
“59 National Parks across 27 states in the U.S. host some of the world’s most outstanding areas of beauty… if you only have 1 day to spare, here are 12 U.S. National Parks to choose from, with tips to get the most out of your visit.”

Glacier National Park, Montana

“Over 700 miles of trails passing through forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and pristine lakes.”
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Bryce Canyon, Utah

“Bryce Canyon has the world’s largest collection of ‘Hoodoos’ – odd-shaped pillars of rock.”
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Canyonlands, Utah

“Carved out rocks from the Colorado River form a landscape of canyons and deep river gorges.”
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Yosemite National Park, California

“Yosemite is packed with valleys, waterfalls, crystal lakes, and impressive domes.”
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Katmai National Park, Alaska

“Katmai protects the awe of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes and the formidable Grizzly Bear.”
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Grand Canyon, Arizona

“A canyon 446 km long, up to 20 km wide, and 1.6 km deep, with amazing rock formations and color combinations.”
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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

“From alpine terrain to crystal clear lakes and iconic peaks, Grand Teton National Park sits in the awesome Teton Mountain range.”
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Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming

“The Devils Tower stands high above the surrounding prairie, and it is iconic to many tribes.”
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Yellowstone, Wyoming

“An active volcano, Yellowstone boasts colorful hot springs, rising mountains, forests and lakes.”
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Redwood National Park, California

“The home to the tallest trees on earth, Redwood National Park also hosts 64 km of stunning coastline.”
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Everglades National Park, Florida

“The Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S., home to several of the world’s endangered species.”
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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan

“A stunning national park with beaches, sand dunes, and cliffs, as well as lakes and forests. It hosts the largest and deepest lake of all the Great Lakes.”
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US National Parks Infographic 14“With so many natural phenomena to explore in the U.S. National Parks, pick a day, pack a picnic, and get on the road to experience a wilderness adventure of a lifetime.”

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  • Nice post. National park is my favorite place. I visited only two of them. I try to cover all these national park with in 3 years. Thanks for sharing such a nice information.

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