Top the most beautiful national parks in the US

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According to National Geographic, the parks that are selected in the top of the gorgeous national parks in the United States must be good looking, just like a garden that beautifully blooms from above. The garden looks like giant jade or as fairyland. And here is the list of best 5 national park in the US.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone was the first national park in the United States to be officially recognized in 1872. Americans believe this national park is the epitome of convergence of all national parks in the United States with tourist attractions. The Old Faithful, Grand Canyon, hot stream and many wildlife such as polar bears, elk, bison and wolves.


Yellowstone National Park extends across parts of Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. This national park is the pride of the American people with 10,000 hot springs – 50% of the hot water circuits worldwide and about 300 waterfalls erupting from the ground.

Bryce Canyon National Park
Located in Utah, Bryce Canyon is relatively modest compared to a national park (about 90 square kilometers), but the park’s unique layout left an unforgettable impression on visitors.

With long, horseshoe-shaped chains, Bryce Canyon is a living proof of the wind and rain. Along with that, these natural limestone ranges with many magical colors are carved into a myriad of interesting shapes. Bryce Canyon is also famous for its top summit known as the “bad luck”.

Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Situated between Tennessee and North Carolina, Great Smoky National Park is one of the most visited green spaces in the United States with between 8 and 10 million visitors a year.

In this evergreen forest , you have the opportunity to explore the diversity of numerous plants and wildlife on the scene of majestic waterfalls and wild flowers.

Acadia National Park
Acadia is a national park in Maine. Acadia became the first national park on the east bank of the Mississippi River known as “Lafayette National Park” in 1919. This includes coastal areas, islands and mountain ranges.

Acadia National Park

Explore the top of Mount Cadillac, the 459-meter high peaks, the highest Atlantic coast in the United States, or drive along the 32-square-mile Park Loop that surrounds the coast with breathtaking mountain views like Thunderclay or Cliffs. Fish.

Next, you can explore the famous horse-drawn carriage system built by John D. Rockefeller. This road passes through 17 stone bridges, crosses the streams, cliffs and wonderful waterfalls.

South Dakota’s Badlands National Park
South Dakota’s Badlands National Park is home to many fossils from the Oligocene period (about 28 million to 37 million years ago). At this national park, you have the opportunity to learn about the evolution of mammals.

The 97,600 square-kilometer park includes the largest grassland in the United States and an immense land with numerous landforms, spiky and spiral lines created by natural erosion.

In addition, Big Bend National Park in Texas includes the Rio Grande Mountains, Chisos and the Chihuahuan Desert with its rich mineral and terrestrial environments; Crater Lake National Park with its picturesque lake in southern Oregon or Death Valley National Park, one of the hottest, driest and lowest places on earth with curved sand dunes, covered mountains snow and canyons flooded … are also beautiful wonders that nature’s mother gave the United States, you should visit when having the opportunity.

 

 

 

 

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