National Parks Map of USA | Best US Park List

National Parks Map of USA | Best US Park List

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The National Parks Map of USA features 58 national parks in The country. All National Parks is run by an agency called the National Parks Service. It works under the federal government and responsible for controlling the national park across the country. These are places of natural significance, protected by the government against encroachment. All national parks in the United States draw more than 300 million visitors a year to unique natural wonders and unforgettable terrains.

UNESCO Declared 14 national Parks as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHS), while 21 national parks are UNESCO Biosphere Reserves (BR). Eight national parks are designated in both UNESCO programs. Twenty-nine states have national parks and California has the most with nine. The largest national park is Wrangell–St. Elias in Alaska with over 8 million acres (32,375 km2). The smallest park is Gateway Arch National Park, Missouri, at approximately 192.83 acres (0.7804 km2).

List of National Parks of the United States

Name of Park

State

Area

Date Established

Acadia Maine 47,389.67 acres (191.8 km2) February 26, 1919
American Samoa American Samoa 9,000.00 acres (36.4 km2) October 31, 1988
Arches Utah 76,518.98 acres (309.7 km2) November 12, 1971
Badlands South Dakota 242,755.94 acres (982.4 km2) November 10, 1978
Big Bend Texas 801,163.21 acres (3,242.2 km2) June 12, 1944
Biscayne Florida 172,924.07 acres (699.8 km2) June 28, 1980
Black Canyon of the Gunnison Colorado 32,950.03 acres (133.3 km2) October 21, 1999
Bryce Canyon Utah 35,835.08 acres (145.0 km2) February 25, 1928
Canyonlands Utah 337,597.83 acres (1,366.2 km2) September 12, 1964
Capitol Reef Utah 241,904.26 acres (979.0 km2) December 18, 1971
Carlsbad Caverns New Mexico 46,766.45 acres (189.3 km2) May 14, 1930
Channel Islands California 249,561.00 acres (1,009.9 km2) March 5, 1980
Congaree South Carolina 26,545.86 acres (107.4 km2) November 10, 2003
Crater Lake Oregon 183,224.05 acres (741.5 km2) May 22, 1902
Cuyahoga Valley Ohio 32,950 acres (133.3 km2)[21] October 11, 2000
Death Valley California, Nevada 3,372,401.96 acres (13,647.6 km2) October 31, 1994
Denali Alaska 4,740,911.72 acres (19,185.8 km2) February 26, 1917
Dry Tortugas Florida 64,701.22 acres (261.8 km2) October 26, 1992
Everglades Florida 1,508,537.90 acres (6,104.8 km2) May 30, 1934
Gates of the Arctic Alaska 7,523,897.74 acres (30,448.1 km2) December 2, 1980
Glacier Montana 1,013,572.41 acres (4,101.8 km2) May 11, 1910
Glacier Bay Alaska 3,224,840.31 acres (13,050.5 km2) December 2, 1980
Grand Canyon Arizona 1,217,403.32 acres (4,926.7 km2) February 26, 1919
Grand Teton Wyoming 309,994.66 acres (1,254.5 km2) February 26, 1929
Great Basin Nevada 77,180.00 acres (312.3 km2) October 27, 1986
Great Sand Dunes Colorado 42,983.74 acres (173.9 km2) September 13, 2004
Great Smoky Mountains Tennessee, North Carolina 521,490.13 acres (2,110.4 km2) June 15, 1934
Guadalupe Mountains Texas 86,415.97 acres (349.7 km2) October 15, 1966
Haleakalā Hawaii 29,093.67 acres (117.7 km2) August 1, 1916
Hawaii Volcanoes Hawaii 323,431.38 acres (1,308.9 km2) August 1, 1916
Hot Springs Arkansas 5,549.75 acres (22.5 km2) March 4, 1921
Isle Royale Michigan 571,790.11 acres (2,314.0 km2) April 3, 1940
Joshua Tree California 789,745.47 acres (3,196.0 km2) October 31, 1994
Katmai Alaska 3,674,529.68 acres (14,870.3 km2) December 2, 1980
Kenai Fjords Alaska 669,982.99 acres (2,711.3 km2) December 2, 1980
Kings Canyon California 461,901.20 acres (1,869.2 km2) March 4, 1940
Kobuk Valley Alaska 1,750,716.50 acres (7,084.9 km2) December 2, 1980
Lake Clark Alaska 2,619,733.21 acres (10,601.7 km2) December 2, 1980
Lassen Volcanic California 106,372.36 acres (430.5 km2) August 9, 1916
Mammoth Cave Kentucky 52,830.19 acres (213.8 km2) July 1, 1941
Mesa Verde Colorado 52,121.93 acres (210.9 km2) June 29, 1906
Mount Rainier Washington 235,625.00 acres (953.5 km2) March 2, 1899
North Cascades Washington 504,780.94 acres (2,042.8 km2) October 2, 1968
Olympic Washington 922,650.86 acres (3,733.8 km2) June 29, 1938
Petrified Forest Arizona 93,532.57 acres (378.5 km2) December 9, 1962
Pinnacles California 26,605.73 acres (107.7 km2) January 10, 2013
Redwood California 112,512.05 acres (455.3 km2) October 2, 1968
Rocky Mountain Colorado 265,828.41 acres (1,075.8 km2) January 26, 1915
Saguaro Arizona 91,439.71 acres (370.0 km2) October 14, 1994
Sequoia California 404,051.17 acres (1,635.1 km2) September 25, 1890
Shenandoah Virginia 199,045.23 acres (805.5 km2) May 22, 1926
Theodore Roosevelt North Dakota 70,446.89 acres (285.1 km2) November 10, 1978
Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands 14,688.87 acres (59.4 km2) August 2, 1956
Voyageurs Minnesota 218,200.17 acres (883.0 km2) January 8, 1971
Wind Cave South Dakota 28,295.03 acres (114.5 km2) January 9, 1903
Wrangell-St. Elias Alaska 8,323,147.59 acres (33,682.6 km2) December 2, 1980
Yellowstone Wyoming, Montana, Idaho 2,219,790.71 acres (8,983.2 km2) March 1, 1872
Yosemite California 761,266.19 acres (3,080.7 km2) October 1, 1890
Zion Utah 146,597.60 acres (593.3 km2) November 19, 1919