7 FANTASTIC US NATIONAL PARKS YOU MAY NOT HAVE HEARD OF
These national parks were the ones that wowed us and made us wonder why we hadn’t heard much about them before. They were also the parks many of our readers said they had never heard of.
US National Parks (off-the-beaten-path)
1. Channel Islands National Park, California Of all the lessor known US national parks mentioned below, Channel Islands National Park is probably the most accessible for the majority of travelers.
2. Big Bend National Park, Texas On the Texas/Mexico border, alongside the Rio Grande River sits the King of Texas – the biggest of the National Parks in Texas.
3. Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho Technically, not a national park, but behold a place of protected unique beauty. It is a national monument so inching its way towards the higher status.
4. North Cascades National Park, Washington It’s tucked away in the northern part of Washington State near the Canadian border. But with only a two hour drive from Seattle, it’s well worth including in your Pacific northwest Itinerary!
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