The Lesser Known National Parks

America has some incredible national parks within its borders. In total America’s national parks cover 52 million acres of land and attracted 63 million visitors last year. However, they’re not all created equal. For every well known and well visited park like Grand Canyon or Yellowstone there are several other lesser known parks like Acadia or Isle Royale. CNN has put together a list of four of these parks that are incredibly beautiful but far less popular. The next time you’re considering traveling to one of our country’s 59 National Parks, consider some of these less traveled parks:

1. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
2. Glacier National Park, Montana
3. Redwood National Park, California
4. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

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Crater Lake, the world’s second deepest lake and one of the National Park Service’s best kept secrets.

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1 Response to “The Lesser Known National Parks”


  1. 1 NikoGoes May 15, 2013 at 11:48 am

    For those travelers not finding themselves on one of the Coasts, I very enthusiastically sing praises to the Buffalo National Park and River. Pick it up in Arkansas and you can see the wonders of the Ozark Mountains, the vibrant life-blood that courses through Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas all while taking in all the delights of Southern Hospitality (and cuisine!)-Check it out. If you’re ever in the area shoot me a message and I would be more than happy to take you or your friends on a guided tour of the area. Also feel free to check out my blog at http://wp.me/3tx28 or on the bird @NikoGoes


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