National Parks

Some of national parks, state/provincial parks, national forests, wilderness areas, and county/city parks that we visited.

Where have we visited so far?

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Visited National Parks

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I discovered my love for US national parks when we visited Yosemite National Park in July 2002. Yosemite was not the first US national park for me but it was the first park that made me appreciate the beauty of US national parks at a deeper level than just a scenic place to visit. I guess there’s something special about hiking those trails that park rangers and volunteers helped built and tirelessly maintained for all to enjoy.

This National Parks page contains some of the places we visited mostly covering national parks, state/provincial parks, national monuments, national forests, and wilderness areas.

U.S. National Parks

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  1. Yosemite National Park, California
  2. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
  3. Redwood National Park, California
  4. Zion National Park, Utah
  5. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
  6. Glacier National Park, Montana
  7. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
  8. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
  9. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
  10. Sequoia National Park, California
  11. Kings Canyon National Park, California
  12. Death Valley National Park, California
  13. Joshua Tree National Park, California
  14. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
  15. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
  16. Big Bend National Park, Texas
  17. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
  18. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
  19. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska
  20. Canyonlands National Park, Utah
  21. Arches National Park, Utah
  22. Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
  23. Great Basin National Park, Nevada
  24. Olympic National Park, Washington

Almost made it to the list are Mammoth Cave National Park and Acadia National Park. We planned to visit Mammoth Cave in 2004 but I took a job in Richmond, Virginia with PPD before our trip. So we had to cancel the trip and never got a chance to visit it. For Acadia, we were going to do a road trip from Richmond in 2013. However, the government shutdown that was happening at the same time caused the park to be closed. So we modified the trip to other parts of the New England. Now that we’re on the road in the west, we may never make it to Acadia.

U.S. State Parks

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