Top Most Visited National Parks List
From all the wonders in the world, one of the most cherished are the national parks from all over the world and for that occasion, we have prepared a must-see national parks list of some of the most beautiful national parks in America.
In our national parks list, we will cover some of the most beautiful and most visited national parks in the United States. Be amazed by the beauty and wonders that each has to offer.
National Parks List:
The Smokies National Park
This park has a log of 9.4 million visitors in 2007, according to the National Parks Service. It spans over 800 miles of hiking trails and rugged Appalachian Mountain peaks. Bordering between North Carolina and Tennessee, this park is traversed by rivers and streams which have countless beautiful waterfalls. Part of the charm that makes up this national park are the numerous recreation areas, including picnics, hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, rafting.
Grand Canyon National Park
With a count of 4.4 million visitors, Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park is the second most visited park in America. No amount of images or videos can prepare you for the staggering beauty that the Grand Canyon will throw at you. A product of history and the Colorado River, the colors that this park radiates with are jaw-dropping as they shift with the angle of the sun, making sightseeing, hiking or white-water rafting the experience of a lifetime.
Yosemite National Park
Its 3.5 million visits and 1.200 square miles make the Yosemite National Park the third most visited park in the USA. The granite cliffs make this national park a favourite location for hikers and bikers, whereas the beautiful surrounding are the areas that families, photographers and wildlife catchers often visit. This national park’s wonders have something to do for everyone who wants to enjoy in this beautiful natural wonder.
Yellowstone National Park
We covered the Yellowstone National Park’s campgrounds in an earlier post, and it is no wonder that with its geysers, wildlife and nearly 3.2 million visits make it the fourth most visited national park in the United States. It was established in 1872 in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, as America’s first national park by President Ulysses S. Grant.
Olympic National Park
Counting nearly 3 million visitors in 2007, the Olympic National Park is the fifth most visited park in the United states. It is located just west of Seattle and is another park that owes its existence to Roosevelt, as Theodore Roosevelt dedicated the Olympic National Monument in 1909 and Franklin D. Roosevelt named it into a national park in 1938. It is a home to Pacific Ocean Beaches, rainforest valleys, glacier peaks and a diverse plant life and wildlife.