The National Park System administers not only national parks but also properties designated as preserves, seashores, monuments, memorials, historic sites, battlefields, and more.
TIP: Read more about the National Park System designations here.
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Why Visit All U.S. National Parks?
Our 2014 road trip and our 2016 road trip in Camper Dan gave us the opportunity to explore many of the 50 states in the United States. A great number of our favorite moments were those spent exploring National Park System properties, especially the natural beauty found in the parks.
The U.S. National Park Service does a fantastic job educating and preserving our natural and cultural resources and values. We always learn something new and wish to continue to broaden our horizons and appreciate the diversity of our lands.
Map of U.S. National Parks
The U.S. National Park Service has a great map of all the properties administered by the National Parks Service. The map can be searched by state or activity.
Bucket List: U.S. National Parks
The U.S. National Parks are listed in this table. Sort by or search on the Visited column to see all the U.S. National Parks we’ve visited and read the associated post(s).
last updated: 13-Jan-2020