List of US National Parks

National parks of United States are one of the most attractive and remarkable landscape. Here are the list of national parks of U.S states.

StateNational ParkArea (2019) in km2Established Date
MaineAcadia198.6 km2February 26, 1919
UtahArches310.3 km2November 12, 1971
South DakotaBadlands982.4 km2November 10, 1978
TexasBig Bend3,242.2 km2June 12, 1944
FloridaBiscayne700.0 km2June 28, 1980
ColoradoBlack Canyon of the Gunnison124.6 km2October 21, 1999
UtahBryce Canyon145.0 km2February 25, 1928
UtahCanyonlands1,366.2 km2September 12, 1964
UtahCapitol Reef979.0 km2December 18, 1971
New MexicoCarlsbad Caverns189.3 km2May 14, 1930
CaliforniaChannel Islands1,009.9 km2March 5, 1980
South CarolinaCongaree107.1 km2November 10, 2003
OregonCrater Lake741.5 km2May 22, 1902
OhioCuyahoga Valley131.8 km2October 11, 2000
California, NevadaDeath Valley13,793.3 km2October 31, 1994
AlaskaDenali19,185.8 km2February 26, 1917
FloridaDry Tortugas261.8 km2October 26, 1992
FloridaEverglades6,106.5 km2May 30, 1934
AlaskaGates of the Arctic30,448.1 km2December 2, 1980
MissouriGateway Arch0.8 km2February 22, 2018
MontanaGlacier4,100.0 km2May 11, 1910
AlaskaGlacier Bay13,044.6 km2December 2, 1980
ArizonaGrand Canyon4,862.9 km2February 26, 1919
WyomingGrand Teton1,254.7 km2February 26, 1929
NevadaGreat Basin312.3 km2October 27, 1986
ColoradoGreat Sand Dunes434.4 km2September 13, 2004
North Carolina, TennesseeGreat Smoky Mountains2,114.2 km2June 15, 1934
TexasGuadalupe Mountains349.5 km2October 15, 1966
HawaiiHaleakalā134.6 km2July 1, 1961
HawaiiHawaiʻi Volcanoes1,317.7 km2August 1, 1916
ArkansasHot Springs22.5 km2March 4, 1921
IndianaIndiana Dunes62.1 km2February 15, 2019
MichiganIsle Royale2,314.0 km2April 3, 1940
CaliforniaJoshua Tree3,217.9 km2October 31, 1994
AlaskaKatmai14,870.3 km2December 2, 1980
AlaskaKenai Fjords2,710.0 km2December 2, 1980
CaliforniaKings Canyon1,869.2 km2March 4, 1940
AlaskaKobuk Valley7,084.9 km2December 2, 1980
AlaskaLake Clark10,602.0 km2December 2, 1980
CaliforniaLassen Volcanic431.4 km2August 9, 1916
KentuckyMammoth Cave218.6 km2July 1, 1941
ColoradoMesa Verde212.4 km2June 29, 1906
WashingtonMount Rainier956.6 km2March 2, 1899
WashingtonNorth Cascades2,042.8 km2October 2, 1968
WashingtonOlympic3,733.8 km2June 29, 1938
ArizonaPetrified Forest895.9 km2December 9, 1962
CaliforniaPinnacles108.0 km2January 10, 2013
CaliforniaRedwood562.5 km2October 2, 1968
ColoradoRocky Mountain1,075.7 km2January 26, 1915
ArizonaSaguaro371.2 km2October 14, 1994
CaliforniaSequoia1,635.2 km2September 25, 1890
VirginiaShenandoah806.2 km2December 26, 1935
North DakotaTheodore Roosevelt285.1 km2November 10, 1978
U.S. Virgin IslandsVirgin Islands60.9 km2August 2, 1956
MinnesotaVoyageurs883.1 km2April 8, 1975
New MexicoWhite Sands592.2 km2December 20, 2019
South DakotaWind Cave137.5 km2January 9, 1903
AlaskaWrangell–St. Elias33,682.6 km2December 2, 1980
Wyoming, Montana, IdahoYellowstone8,983.2 km2March 1, 1872
CaliforniaYosemite3,082.7 km2October 1, 1890
UtahZion595.9 km2November 19, 1919
American SamoaAmerican Samoa33.4 km2October 31, 1988
Source: National Park Service
How many national parks are in USA?

There are 421 national park sites in United States of America

States without National Parks

Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho ,Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

How many national parks are there in Alaska?

Alaska state has 8 national parks. They are: Denali, Gates of the Arctic, Glacier Bay, Katmai, Kenai Fjords, Kobuk Valley, Lake Clark, and Wrangell–St. Elias

How many national parks are there in California?

California state has eight (8) national parks. They are: Channel Islands, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Kings Canyon, Lassen Volcanic, Redwood, Sequoia, and Yosemite.

How many national parks are there in Utah?

Utah state has 5 national parks. They are: Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion

How many national parks are there in Colorado?

Colorado state has four (4) national parks. They are: Rocky Mountain, Mesa Verde, Great Sand Dunes, and Black Canyon of the Gunnison

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