Which U.S. National Park Should You Visit?
America has 58 National Parks. Where should you go next?
Pick a landscape:
1 / 6
Pick a climate:
Hot and sunny
Warm and rainy
Cold and snowy
Cool and wet
2 / 6
Which activity sounds the most fun?
3 / 6
What are you most afraid of?
4 / 6
Pick the animal you'd MOST like to see:
5 / 6
Pick the animal you'd LEAST like to see:
6 / 6
The Grand Canyon
You should visit the Grand Canyon! Located in Arizona, the Grand Canyon is known for its visually overwhelming size and its intricate and colorful landscape. Aside from the incredible views, there's lots to do at the Grand Canyon, like rafting, hiking, running, and helicopter tours.
You should visit Carlsbad Caverns! Located in Southeast New Mexico, this national park actually contains over 100 caverns, with only three visible to the public. Carlsbad Caverns primarily offers scenic hikes, but is also a good place to do some desert siteseeing and picincs.
You should visit Glacier Bay! Located in southeastern Alaska, Glacier Bay is a destination stop for multiple cruise lines due to it's incredible iceberg/glacier views and exploration opportunities. Popular activities include hiking and kayaking.
You should visit the Everglades! The Everglades is a natural region of tropical wetlands in the southern portion of the U.S. state of Florida, and is known for it's diverse flora and fauna, like manatees and aligators.
You should visit Yellowstone! Located primarily in Wyoming (with parts in Idaho and Montana), Yellowstone is known for its wildlife (buffalo) and geothermal features, especially Old Faithful. There are several things to do while visiting Yellowstone, like hiking, camping, and fishing.
You should visit Joshua Tree! Located in southeastern California, Joshua Tree National Park is primarily known for the large quantity of Joshua Trees that flourish there. Joshua Tree has become a part of popular culture, appearing in several albums and music videos. People often go to Joshua Tree for the camping.