National Parks List

National Parks List

National Park Signs

When we think of our National Parks list, we usually focus only on the 59 National Parks.  And while these 59 parks are the superstars of the National Park Service Portfolio, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention their 352 other sites!

These include:

  • 82 National Monuments
  • 19 National Preserve Sites
  • 50 National Historical Parks
  • 78 National Historic Sites
  • 1 International Historic Site
  • 4 National Battlefields
  • 9 National Military Parks
  • 11 National Battlefields
  • 1 National Battlefield Site
  • 30 National Memorials
  • 18 National Recreational Areas
  • 10 National Seashores
  • 4 National Lakeshores
  • 15 National Rivers
  • 2 National Reserves
  • 4 National Parkways
  • 3 National Trails
  • 11 ‘other’ sites
  • …AND OUR 59 NATIONAL PARKS!

Our National Park Service manages over 84 million acres of preserved land, waterways & seascapes – amazing sites – “for the benefit and enjoyment of the people”.  They do this with 22,000 employees and over 220,000 volunteers.

Below is a list of where you can find these amazing sites:


National Parks List

1
Denali
Alaska
2
Gates of the Arctic
Alaska
3
Glacier Bay
Alaska
4
Katmai
Alaska
5
Kenai Fjords
Alaska
6
Kobuk Valley
Alaska
7
Lake Clark
Alaska
8
Wrangell – St. Elias
Alaska
9
American Samoa
American Samoa
10
Grand Canyon
Arizona
11
Petrified Forest
Arizona
12
Saguaro
Arizona
13
Hot Springs
Arkansas
14
Channel Islands
California
15
Death Valley
California
16
Joshua Tree
California
17
Kings Canyon
California
18
Lassen Volcanic
California
19
Redwood
California
20
Sequoia
California
21
Yosemite
California
22
Pinnacles
California
23
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Colorado
24
Great Sand Dunes
Colorado
25
Mesa Verde
Colorado
26
Rocky Mountain
Colorado
27
Biscayne
Florida
28
Dry Tortugas
Florida
29
Everglades
Florida
30
Haleakala
Hawaii
31
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii
32
Mammoth Cave
Kentucky
33
Acadia
Maine
34
Isle Royale
Michigan
35
Voyageurs
Minnesota
36
Glacier
Montana
37
Great Basin
Nevada
38
Carlsbad Caverns
New Mexico
39
Theodore Roosevelt
North Dakota
40
Cuyahoga Valley
Ohio
41
Crater Lake
Oregon
42
Congaree
South Carolina
43
Badlands
South Dakota
44
Wind Cave
South Dakota
45
Great Smoky Mountains
Tennessee
46
Big Bend
Texas
47
Guadalupe Mountains
Texas
48
Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands (US)
49
Arches
Utah
50
Bryce Canyon
Utah
51
Capitol Reef
Utah
52
Canyonlands
Utah
53
Zion
Utah
54
Shenandoah
Virginia
55
Mount Rainier
Washington
56
North Cascades
Washington
57
Olympic
Washington
58
Grand Teton
Wyoming
59
Yellowstone
Wyoming


National Parks List: Sites by State

Alabama (5 sites) New Hampshire (1 site)
Alaska (16 sites, 8 NP) New Jersey (4 sites)
Arizona (20 sites, 3 NP) New Mexico (15 sites, 1 NP)
Arkansas (7 sites, 1 NP) New York (21 sites)
California (27 sites, 9 NP) North Carolina (8 sites)
Colorado (13 sites, 4 NP) North Dakota (3 sites, 1 NP)
Connecticut (1 site) Ohio (8 sites, 1 NP)
Delaware (1 site) Oklahoma (2 sites)
Florida (11 sites, 3 NP) Oregon (4 sites, 1 NP)
Georgia (10 sites) Pennsylvania (16 sites)
Hawaii (7 sites, 2 NP) Rhode Island (2 sites)
Idaho (6 sites) South Carolina (6 sites)
Illinois (2 sites) South Dakota (5 sites, 2 NP)
Indiana (3 sites) Tennessee (7 sites, 1 NP)
Iowa (2 sites) Texas (14 sites, 1 NP)
Kansas (6 sites) Utah (11 sites, 4 NP)
Kentucky (3 sites, 1 NP) Vermont (1 site)
Louisiana (4 sites) Virginia (16 sites, 1 NP)
Virginia (16 sites, 1 NP) Washington (10 sites, 3 NP)
Maine (3 sites, 1 NP) Washington, DC (22 sites)
Maryland (14 sites) West Virginia (4 sites)
Massachusetts (14 sites) Wisconsin (2 sites)
Michigan (5 sites) Wyoming (6 sites, 2 NP)
Minnesota (4 sites, 1 NP)
Mississippi (6 sites)
Missouri (6 sites) American Samoa (1 NP)
Montana (5 sites, 1 NP) Guam (1 site)
Nebraska (5 sites) San Juan (1 site)
Nevada (3 sites, 1 NP) Virgin Islands (5 sites, 1 NP)


National Parks Location Map

Our National Park family vacations have been some of our best adventures ever!  The scenery, wildlife, and their awe-inspiring majesty make these some of the best treasures our planet has to offer.

Thank you, National Park Service for protecting them!

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