Arches National Park
Though not as well-known as some other national parks, placed in eastern Utah, this park has some of the most stunning natural sandstone formations you’ll ever see. Particularly, it boasts thousands of arch formations, the 65 feet tall world-famous Delicate Arch included.
Yellowstone National Park
If you are a fan of national parks, how could you miss out the Yellowstone? It is highly accessible as it spans three states. Whether you admire the famous Old Faithful Geyser for all of its majesty or enjoy the glamourous views elsewhere in the sprawling park, you’ll have a great time during your visit to Yellowstone. Hiking, fishing, camping and boating, you can take full ranges of adventures throughout the park.
Everglades National Park
The Everglades National Park distincts from other parks because it has more than a famous wetland.In fact, it places wildlife in a central location rather than a geological feature. The Everglades is home to numerous threatened and protected species, including up to 350 species of birds! If you want to observe animals in thier own unique habitats, better put the Everglades on your list.
Grand Canyon National Park
Everyone has heard of the Grand Canyon and it’s definitely worth the visit. You must have heard the joke that going to the Grand Canyon is just about visiting a huge hole on the ground. But actually, through the 1,900 square miles of Arizona, you can appreciate the vast, timeless views and partake in adventurous hiking sessions of great excitement.
Yosemite National Park
Other parks on this list tend to have a signature feature to attracts visitors, but Yosemite is well-known for offering a little bit of everything. Whether you prefer vast, picturesque valleys, beautiful meadows, or powerful waterfalls, you will find your love here in Yosemite. Check out the popular Tunnel view or go hiking, or skiing through the park to admire a different Yosemite. Yosemite is also home to the El Capitan granite cliff, a world-famous rock climbing destination.