By More Than Just Parks
Mammoth Cave National Park
The longest known cave system is Kentucky’s only national park and it is a true gem.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
What was once a superfund cleanup site is now a beautiful national park. Cuyahoga is a great place to spend a day and soak in the natural beauty of Ohio.
Dry Tortugas National Park
Here you can explore the red brick ruins of Fort Jefferson, a pre-civil war coastal fortress comprised of more than 16 million bricks.
New River Gorge National Park
Rafting and rock-climbing are the most popular activities here, along with hiking of course.
Biscayne National Park
Palm trees, white sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and crystal clear blue water, what's not to like?
Congaree National Park
Discover ancient cypress trees & waterways that once dominated the southern United States but now are found only in a few pockets of protected land.
Home to numerous endangered species like the American Crocodile & the Florida Panther providing them with one of their last sanctuaries on earth.
Shenandoah National Park
Situated high in the Blue Ridge Mountains where old stand of trees, craggy cliffs, and plenty wildlife make their home.
Great Smoky Mountains nATIONAL pARK
The nation's most visited national park, straddling the misty mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee, is a true national treasure.
Acadia National Park
Acadia is a rugged and beautiful coastal wonder situated on the rocky shores of Maine's central coast.