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If you are looking to explore one of America’s 60 amazing national parks, 25 national battlefields, or 87 National Monuments? Our maps will help you locate these sites near you and provides directions to each one!

National ParkPark InfoWhen to GoLocationDate established as parkAverage Annual VisitorsDescription

Acadia National Parks

Acadia National Park holds some of the most spectacular scenery on the Eastern Seaboard: a rugged coastline of surf-pounded granite and an interior graced by sculpted mountains, serene ponds, and lush deciduous forests.April
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Maine
44.35°N 68.21°W
February 26, 19192,421,256%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

American Samoa National Parks

National parks come in all shapes and sizes from the large parks found throughout the greater land masses of North America all the way down to the small island parks that can be found throughout the oceans of the area.American Samoa
14.25°S 170.68°W
October 31, 19887,067%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Arches National Parks

Four hours (235 miles) from Salt Lake City, this park has the world’s largest concentration of natural sandstone arches, including that most-famous symbol of Utah, Delicate Arch. Nearby is Moab, an adventure hotspot, with world-class white-water rafting on the Colorado River, rock climbing, four-wheeling, and mountain biking.April
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Utah
38.68°N 109.57°W
November 12, 1971925,767%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Badlands National Parks

Badlands National Park's eroded buttes and spires cast amazing shades of red and yellow across the South Dakota prairie. In addition to scenery, it has some of the world’s richest mammal fossil beds.May
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South Dakota
43.75°N 102.50°W
November 10, 1978932,074%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Big Bend National Parks

In a remote location, with the Rio Grande River along its southern border, Big Bend's limitless skies and ample space are two of its strongest selling points.January
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Texas
29.25°N 103.25°W
June 12, 1944333,408%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Biscayne National Parks

Occupying 172,000 acres along the southern portion of Biscayne Bay, south of Miami, Biscayne National Park is 95% submerged, with coral reefs and coastal mangrove forests.January
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Florida
25.65°N 80.08°W
June 28, 1980485,730%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Parks

This steep and narrow river gorge in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park has sheer cliffs and a drop twice as high as the Empire State Building.April
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Colorado
38.57°N 107.72°W
October 21, 1999184,520%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Bryce Canyon National Parks

Exploring the hoodoos (spectacular columns of rock) at this park is like wandering through a giant maze. Bryce is within a few hours of Utah's other national parks and near Kodachrome Basin State Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.May
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Utah
37.57°N 112.18°W
February 25, 19281,163,925%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Canyonlands National Parks

Biking on White Rim Road, white-water rafting in Cataract Canyon—plus spires, pinnacles, cliffs, and mesas as far as the eye can see are the top reasons to go.March
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Utah
38.2°N 109.93°W
September 12, 1964436,859%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Capitol Reef National Parks

Seven times larger than nearby Bryce Canyon and much less crowded, Capitol Reef is known for its 100-mile-long Waterpocket Fold, a monocline (or “wrinkle” in the Earth’s crust). It has many options for day hikes as well as backcountry trips into slot canyons, arches, cliffs, domes, and slickrock.April
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Utah
38.20°N 111.17°W
December 18, 1971631,291%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Carlsbad Caverns National Parks

The park’s 113 caves, bizarre underground rock formations, and 400,000 diving, dipping, sonar-blipping bats are the main draws.January
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New Mexico
32.17°N 104.44°W
May 14, 1930444,142%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Channel Islands National Parks

These five islands are home to 145 species of terrestrial plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth. You’re bound to see wildlife such as dolphins, sea lions, island foxes, and pelicans, and can kayak, dive, and go whale-watching.January
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California
34.01°N 119.42°W
March 5, 1980420,067%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Congaree National Parks

South Carolina is known for being among the most beautiful places within North America.South Carolina
33.78°N 80.78°W
November 10, 2003105,020%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Crater Lake National Parks

Crater Lake is a geological marvel—the 21-square-mile sapphire-blue lake inside a caldera is the nation's deepest. The park itself includes about 90 miles of trails.June
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Oregon
42.94°N 122.1°W
May 22, 1902460,761%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Cuyahoga Valley National Parks

Some national parks seem to be less visited than others, but the location of Cuyahoga Valley National Park along with its many attractions make it one of the most visited national parks in North America.Ohio
41.24°N 81.55°W
October 11, 20002,803,247%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Death Valley National Parks

This is a vast, lonely, beautiful place with breathtaking vistas, searing heat, and mysterious moving rocks. The desert landscape is surrounded by majestic mountains, dry lakebeds, spring wildflowers, and Wild West ghost towns.January
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California, Nevada
36.24°N 116.82°W
October 31, 1994980,140%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Denali National Parks

Home to Mt. McKinley—the highest peak in North America—Denali National Park and Preserve comprises 6 million acres of Alaska's best wildlife, scenery, and adventures.June
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Alaska
63.33°N 150.50°W
February 26, 1917405,998%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Dry Tortugas National Parks

It is a misconception that national parks have to be hundreds of acres and be primarily based on land. One of the best kept secrets within the national park registry is Dry Tortugas National Park.Florida
24.63°N 82.87°W
October 26, 199264,414%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Everglades National Parks

Wildlife conservation has been a vital part in the preservation of some of the most beautiful and almost extinct animals.Florida
25.32°N 80.93°W
May 30, 19341,026,046%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Gates of the Arctic National Parks

When thinking of national parks throughout North America people usually think of the most famous ones such as Yellowstone and Yosemite, but there are some national parks that do not get the credit they deserve for being truly amazing places to visit.Alaska
67.78°N 153.30°W
December 2, 19809,358%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Glacier National Parks

Glacier Bay is home to the continent's largest collection of tidewater glaciers, which can be seen from a cruise ship or on a day boat tour. Migrating humpback whales and occasionally orcas can also be spotted here and it's an excellent place to sea kayak. The park's remote, undeveloped location ensures that travelers in search of quiet repose will not be disappointed.May
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Montana
48.80°N 114.00°W
May 11, 19101,944,050%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Glacier Bay National Parks

The rugged mountains that weave their way through the Continental Divide in northwest Montana are the backbone of Glacier National Park. The park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road is a spectacular drive that crosses the crest of the Continental Divide.May
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Alaska
58.50°N 137.00°W
December 2, 1980417,135%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Grand Canyon National Parks

The Grand Canyon exalts and humbles the human spirit. You can view the spectacle from the South Rim, the North Rim, or hike or take a mule ride into the canyon for a richer experience. Rafting the Colorado River through the canyon can't be beat.March
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Arizona
36.06°N 112.14°W
February 26, 19194,449,030%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Grand Teton National Parks

With no foothills, the unimpeded view of the Teton Range rising out of Jackson Hole is stunning. Wildlife from short-tailed weasels to grizzly bears abound.May
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Wyoming
43.73°N 110.80°W
February 26, 19292,620,022%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Great Basin National Parks

It may be one of the nation's least visited national parks (there isn’t even an entrance fee), but the stalactites, stalagmites, and popcorn in Lehman Caves and the solitude of backcountry treks are big draws.May
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Nevada
38.98°N 114.30°W
October 27, 198687,343%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Great Sand Dunes National Parks

The 30 square miles of landlocked dune fields are an impressive sight. Aside from the dunes there are eight different life zones to explore, ranging from salty wetlands to alpine peaks.April
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Colorado
37.73°N 105.51°W
September 13, 2004274,835%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Great Smoky Mountains National Parks

The Great Smoky Mountains is one of the great wild areas of the eastern United States, with many of the region's tallest mountains. Within the park you'll find excellent hiking, fishing, and lookouts to marvel at the scenery.April
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Tennessee, North Carolina
35.68°N 83.53°W
June 15, 19349,572,089%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Guadalupe Mountains National Parks

This remote park draws thousands of visitors every fall, when the hardwoods of McKittrick Canyon burst into flaming color. The park is home to the Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state.March
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Texas
31.92°N 104.87°W
October 15, 1966187,455%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Haleakalā National Parks

Established in 1916, Haleakala National Park covers an astonishing 33,222 acres, with the Haleakala Crater as its centerpiece. There's tremendous hiking, otherworldly landscapes, and spots to view gorgeous sunrises.January
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Hawaii
20.72°N 156.17°W
August 1, 19161,346,916%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Hawaii Volcanoes National Parks

Exploring the surface of the world's most active volcano—from the moonscape craters at the summit to the red-hot lava flows on the coast to the kipuka, pockets of vegetation left untouched—is the ultimate ecotour.January
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Hawaii
19.38°N 155.20°W
August 1, 19161,440,608%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Hot Springs National Parks

The national parks of North America have become destination spots for families and individuals of all ages for many years. The Hot Springs National Park is something special.Arkansas
34.51°N 93.05°W
March 4, 19211,379,952%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Isle Royale National Parks

If the outdoors is what you crave you will find no greater wilderness experience than at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan.Michigan
48.10°N 88.55°W
April 3, 194018,216%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Joshua Tree National Parks

Large stands of Joshua trees gave the park its name, but it’s also a great spot for rock climbing. Brilliant wildflower displays and starry nights add to the draw.January
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California
33.79°N 115.90°W
October 31, 19941,356,098%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Katmai National Parks

Alaska is home to some pretty impressive sites. Most have been unchanged for centuries due to careful preservation by native people, however there are times where nature steps in and changes the landscape for its own design.June
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58.50°N 155.00°W
December 2, 198048,403%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Kenai Fjords National Parks

From hiking to canoeing, Kenai Fjords National Park has world-class recreation activities. Wildlife abounds in the icy waters and dense coastal forests, while glaciers meet the sea at the Harding Icefield.Alaska
59.92°N 149.65°W
December 2, 1980272,669%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Kings Canyon National Parks

When you begin to look into Kings Canyon National Park you will come to realize many things about the area, but the most obvious is the fact that the borders of the park shares the land with Sequoia National Park.California
36.80°N 118.55°W
March 4, 1940549,517%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Kobuk Valley National Parks

Some of the best attractions in the world are those not frequented by visitors. Kobuk Valley National Park is among these lesser known attractions.Alaska
67.55°N 159.28°W
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Lake Clark National Parks

Much of Alaska is seemingly uncharted wilderness, but in the late 70s many of the national monuments that had been implemented in the state gained some much needed attention from the government and in 1980 those monuments became officially part of the national park registry.Alaska
60.97°N 153.42°W
December 2, 19808,524%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Lassen Volcanic National Parks

Lassen Peak, a dormant plug dome volcano that last erupted in 1915, and every other type of known volcano (shield, cinder cone, and composite) are here, as well as roiling mud pots and hissing steam vents.June
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California
40.49°N 121.51°W
August 9, 1916385,168%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Mammoth Cave National Parks

Most national parks that you may have visited have likely been those that encourage exploration only above ground. Mammoth Cave National Park however is a little different.Kentucky
37.18°N 86.10°W
July 1, 19411,199,348%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Mesa Verde National Parks

Located in the Four Corners region—the junction of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona—this park houses an amazing collection of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings, some carved directly into cliff faces, and ancient artifacts.April
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37.18°N 108.49°W
June 29, 1906528,569%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Mount Rainier National Parks

The fifth-highest mountain in the Lower 48, Mt. Rainier is so massive that the summit is rarely visible, but when conditions are right, the image of the entire mountain is unforgettable. Hikes cover temperate rainforest, old-growth forests of hemlock and fir, high meadows, and tundra—not to mention hot springs, glaciers, lakes, and waterfalls.April
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Washington
46.85°N 121.75°W
March 2, 18991,215,781%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

North Cascades National Parks

Hiking on a real glacier is a memorable experience—especially if you add in marmots, golden eagles, and coyotes—and North Cascades is home to several hundred of them.May
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Washington
48.70°N 121.20°W
October 2, 196823,059%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Olympic National Parks

Centered on Mt. Olympus and framed on three sides by water, this park is known for its temperate rain forests, rugged coastal expanses, Sol Duc hot springs, and hiking (or skiing) at Hurricane Ridge.April
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Washington
47.97°N 123.50°W
June 29, 19383,216,918%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Petrified Forest National Parks

This park is known for fallen and fossilized trees, which look like they are made of colorful stone.March
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Arizona
35.07°N 109.78°W
December 9, 1962660,023%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Pinnacles National Parks

Hiking among rugged volcanic spires is the most popular activity at Pinnacles, and the best chance you'll have at encountering one of the extremely rare California condors that make their home here.January
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California
36.48°N 121.16°W
January 10, 2013187,639%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Redwood National Parks

Redwood is home to the world’s tallest trees: giant coast redwoods, which grow to more than 300 feet tall.April
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California
41.30°N 124.00°W
October 2, 1968402,224%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Rocky Mountain National Parks

Alpine lakes, mountain peaks, and wildlife such as elk and bighorn sheep draw visitors to the park. There are also 355 miles of trails leading to meadows filled with wildflowers and crystal lakes and 14,259-foot Long's Peak to summit.April
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Colorado
40.40°N 105.58°W
January 26, 19153,061,745%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Saguaro National Parks

The park takes its name from the towering saguaro cactus, the largest of its kind in the United States. The park is split into two districts, each about 30 miles apart; the better collection of cacti is found in the west district.January
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Arizona
32.25°N 110.50°W
October 14, 1994685,738%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Sequoia National Parks

Sequoias are the big trees here, which have monstrously thick trunks and branches. The Generals Highway, which connects the two parks, features many of these natural marvels. The Kings Canyon Scenic Byway offers views into a canyon deeper than the Grand Canyon.April
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California
36.43°N 118.68°W
September 25, 1890959,333%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Shenandoah National Parks

From the open vistas and forest-hemmed stretches of Skyline Drive to the beautiful terrain on the park's 500 miles of trails, Shenandoah National Park is stunning.April
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Virginia
38.53°N 78.35°W
May 22, 19261,278,292%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Theodore Roosevelt National Parks

Theodore Roosevelt is known for chunks of badlands on the Little Missouri River and the 26th president’s beloved Elkhorn Ranch. This is one of the most isolated parks in the country.May
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North Dakota
46.97°N 103.45°W
November 10, 1978501,255%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Virgin Islands National Parks

The United States has a great many national parks that are found within the continental states, but national parks are not just found on the mainland.United States Virgin Islands
18.33°N 64.73°W
August 2, 1956570,028%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Voyageurs National Parks

If you are an avid water lover, Voyageurs National Park is the place to be. This national park was not given national park status until 1975, but the 218,200-acre park has become the place where almost 200,000 visitors journey to each year.Minnesota
48.50°N 92.88°W
January 8, 1971230,550%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Wind Cave National Parks

One of the largest caves in the world, with beautiful cave formations including boxwork (3-D calcite honeycomb patterns on cave walls and ceilings), Wind Cave is the place to go spelunking.May
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South Dakota
43.57°N 103.48°W
January 9, 1903655,503%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Wrangell–​St. Elias National Parks

Alaska
61.00°N 142.00°W
December 2, 198053,110%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Yellowstone National Parks

Best known for Old Faithful, the world's most famous geyser, flowing hot springs, and mudspots, Yellowstone is the oldest national park in the world. Spotting the abundant wildlife, like bison, elk, moose, and bears, is the other main draw.January
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Wyoming, Montana, Idaho
44.60°N 110.50°W
March 1, 18723,155,627%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Yosemite National Parks

Dozens of famed features, from the soaring granite monoliths of Half Dome and El Capitan, to shimmering waterfalls like Yosemite Falls and Bridalveil Fall, like within reach in the Yosemite Valley.January
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California
37.83°N 119.50°W
October 1, 18903,615,372%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA

Zion National Parks

Sheer 2,000-foot cliffs and river-carved canyons are what Zion is all about, and hiking the Narrows and the Subway are on many an adventurer’s bucket-list. Zion is right next to hospitable Springdale, which is full of amenities and charm.March
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Utah
37.30°N 113.05°W
November 19, 19192,674,496%name National Park Maps USA%name National Park Maps USA