15 U.S. National Parks That May Not Be on Your Radar
There are more than 60 National Parks to explore across America.
If you prefer to travel to places off the beaten path, or don’t want to fight crowds on a family vacation, here are 15 less-visited gems in the National Parks system to consider.
The United States has a wealth of natural beauty and land but for some reason, people tend to flock to the same National Parks.
Popular U.S. National Parks
Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio Once a popular industrial area with factories lining the Cuyahoga River, this landscape has been restored to a beautiful national park.
Joshua Tree National Park, California A land formed by strong winds and rare downpours of rain features a fascinating array of flora and fauna.
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, this national park is best known for its incredible fall foliage.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah This park, best known for its unique geological formations and countless hoodoos (thin spires of rock), is located in southern Utah near the border with Arizona.
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