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National Parks

Explore America’s national parks. Discover our most treasured places, supported by people like you, and start your travel planning here by finding your park.

  • Mesa Verde National Park
    Mesa Verde National Park’s cliff dwellings are just one wonder to be found at this national park in Colorado, which also includes protected wilderness.
  • Mill Springs Battlefield National Monument

    Mill Springs Battlefield National Monument preserves the site of the first major victory for the Union Army during the Civil War.

  • Minidoka National Historic Site

    A former incarceration site in Idaho, Minidoka now stands as a memorial to the nearly 10,000 Japanese Americans forced to relocate here during World War II.

  • Minuteman Missile National Historic Site

    The only remaining nuclear missile field, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site illustrates the history and significance of the Cold War and arms race.

  • Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

    The Mississippi River is an iconic river recognized as an individual national park site that relies on conservation donations from national park supporters.

  • Missouri National Recreational River

    From a dynamic river to wandering wildlife, Missouri National Recreational River is perfect for families who want a vacation full of education and exploration.

  • Mojave National Preserve

    Mojave National Preserve is one of the largest national preserves within the continental U.S.

  • Monocacy National Battlefield

    Known as the "Battle That Saved Washington", Monocacy is marked as the last battle attempt by the Confederacy to seize Washington, D.C. and move the war north.

  • Montezuma Castle National Monument
    Located in Camp Verde, Arizona, Montezuma Castle National Monument protects the well-preserved living spaces of the Sinagua Indians.
  • Morristown National Historical Park

    Despite limited resources, Morristown served as quarters for the Continental Army on two occasions; the winter of 1777 and again during the Hard Winter of 1779.

  • Mount Rainier National Park

    One of the most visited national parks, Mount Rainier is the most prominent peak in the Cascade Range.

  • Mount Rushmore National Memorial
    George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln are carved into the mountain at Mount Rushmore.
  • Muir Woods National Monument
    Dedicated to the father of the national parks, John Muir, in 1908, this redwood forest along the Pacific coast offers views unlike any other.