There are 15 UK National Parks spread across England, scotland and Wales, the majority of which are miles away from big cities.
And while many people travel to the United Kingdom each year, the majority usually stick to the capitols, forgetting that so much beauty lies beyond their borders. THE TOP 3 ENGLAND NATIONAL PARKS:
1. Dartmoor (England)- Down on the southwest peninsula of England you’ll find Dartmoor National Park, which offers a combination of hiking, biking, camping, canoeing, and horseback riding.
2. Lake District (England)- he Lakes are a pocket of paradise for avid walkers and cyclists, and the region also attracts hundreds of climbers each year to scale its vast and jagged rocks.
3. Yorkshire Dales (England)- Dotted with mill towns, castles, and luscious landscapes, Yorkshire Dales National Park has the unique selling proposition of being official home of Wensleydale Cheese at the Wensleydale Creamery.