Each year, millions of visitors visit this area of the Sierra Nevada to view its rocky peaks, glaciers, lush meadows, and some of the tallest waterfalls in the world.
This natural wonder contains 40 layers of rock that have been carved into buttes, spires, and cliffs, cradling two billion years of geologic history.
Fun fact: Rhode Island is smaller than America's first national park, which has been a crown jewel of the NPS since 1872.
Voyageurs National Park is the epitome of a "hidden gem" due to its remote location in northern Minnesota, just south of the Canadian border.
It's time to experience Utah's untamed scenery for yourself because you've seen it in nearly every John Wayne western.
More than two million people visit the Teton Range each year, which rises 7,000 feet above the valley floor.
The 2,000 wind-sculpted sandstone arches that grace the area of Arches National Park, north of Moab, Utah, are the biggest concentration of their kind in the world.