US National Parks We’ve Visited

While visiting all seven continents is definitely one of our travel goals, we spend more time and travel energy focusing on visiting all 59 US National Parks. Check out our interactive park map! (There were only 50 when we got married, and the 59th was created in January, 2013.) 48 down … 11 to go!

Acadia
American Samoa
Arches
Badlands
Big Bend
Biscayne
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Bryce Canyon
Canyonlands
Capitol Reef
Carlsbad Caverns
Channel Islands
Crater Lake
Cuyahoga Valley
Death Valley
Denali
Dry Tortugas
Everglades
Glacier
Glacier Bay
Grand Canyon
Grand Teton
Great Basin
Great Sand Dunes
Guadalupe Mountains
Haleakala
Hawaii Volcanoes
Joshua Tree
Kenai Fjords
Kings Canyon
Lassen Volcanic
Mammoth Cave
Mesa Verde
Mount Rainier
North Cascades
Olympic
Petrified Forest
Redwood
Rocky Mountain
Saguaro
Sequoia
Theodore Roosevelt
Virgin Islands
Wind Cave
Wrangell-St. Elias
Yellowstone
Yosemite
Zion

Here are the parks we haven’t visited … yet:

Congaree
Gates of the Arctic
Great Smoky Mountains
Hot Springs
Isle Royale
Katmai
Kobuk Valley
Lake Clark
Pinnacles (the newest national park!)
Shenandoah
Voyageurs

Don’t forget … US National Parks offer free admission on several days every year!

What’s your favorite US National Park? Leave a comment below. And enjoy your next trip to a national park, whether it’s for a week or a weekend!

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3 thoughts on “US National Parks We’ve Visited

  1. Are you going to visit Custer State Park while you’re in South Dakota? I imagine you will as it’s right above Wind Cave. We saw a HUGE herd of buffalo as we drove into the park. So cool. Be sure to hit Wall Drug as you are leaving the Badlands. What a hoot!

    • We’re heading to all of those spots! We’ll be driving past Custer State Park on our way to Mt. Rushmore, and we’ll stop at Devils Tower before we get to South Dakota! I think Erin will need extra batteries for her camera! 🙂 Enjoy your week or your weekend!

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