The Most Iconic National Parks by State

National Parks in the US

President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 signed the act creating the National Park Service to leave natural places “unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.”   

Visiting national Parks

Since then, our national parks have welcomed visitors from around the world to showcase the country’s natural beauty and cultural heritage. 

The Most Iconic National Parks By State

Here are some of the most iconic National Parks in the US!

Great Basin National Park

Located in Nevada, Great Basin National Park has both warm desert valleys and mountains that reach up to 13,000 feet. 

Virgin Islands National Park

Virgin Islands National Park comprises two-thirds of the island of St. John and almost all of nearby Hassel Island.  

Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado protects nearly 5,000 archaeological sites that have preserved the history of the ancestral Pueblo people. 

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park in Montana is responsible for housing streams that flow into the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and Hudson’s Bay. 

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