Check out these amazing national parks you will want to visit. From wildlife sanctuaries to the beautiful grand canyon, this top ten list has some of the best tourist locations you must visit when you have the chance!
8 Crater Lake
If you haven’t heard of Crater Lake National Park in Southern Oregon it’s a must-see destination with an important mystery called Crater Lake. The water is deep blue, seems endless and is also the deepest lake in America and one of the deepest on the planet.
7 Ancient Fossils
With a name like Dinosaur National Monument you know you’ve hit a real gem when it comes to amazing national parks. It was established in 1915 when people were interested in protecting paleontological resources and discoveries.
6 Devil’s Den Cave
Devil’s Den was bought by the current owners in 1993 and turned into a scuba diving paradise in a prehistoric wonder. The underground spring located inside of a dry cave is home to extinct animal fossils dating back up to 5 million years ago.
5 Haunted Hawaii
If you follow the beautiful and rugged Puna coastline you’ll eventually discover MacKenzie State Park on Red Road . The park is a remote 13-acres named after Albert J. MacKenzie–a forest ranger dedicated to his work who died in 1938.
4 Grand Prismatic Spring
Yellowstone National Park is famous for containing one of the largest fields of geysers and we’ve all heard of Old Faithful. It’s been photographed and seen by millions of visitors, but there’s another interesting mystery contained inside the famous national park called Grand Prismatic Hot Springs.
3 Havasupai Falls
If you love enchanting blue-green waterfalls that seem to be pulled straight out of a book then Havasupai Falls in Arizona would be a great place to visit. It’s a major destination for tourists and any outdoor enthusiasts idea of paradise. It’s hidden deep within the Grand Canyon and very difficult to make reservations for the nearby campsite.
2 The Narrows
Zion Canyon is a sight to see located at the Zion National Park in Utah, but it’s The Narrows which are some of the most intriguing aspects of the park. The Narrows are the narrowest section of Zion Canyon–it’s a fitting name if you ask us!
1 Hauntings at Yosemite National Park
If mysterious hauntings are more up your alley than Yosemite Park might be more your cup of tea. There are certainly a lot of stories about the canyon that peaked our interest. One of the most notorious places near here is the former Ahwahnee Hotel–named after a doomed tribe in the area.