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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.

  • First Ladies National Historic Site

    The site is managed by the National Park Service and operated by the National First Ladies' Library to honor our First Ladies.

  • Fort Larned National Historic Site

    A complete and authentic 1860s army post, Fort Larned National Historic Site on the Santa Fe Trail tells of the Indian Wars era and has sandstone structures.

  • Fort Scott National Historic Site

    Fort Scott National Historic Site remembers its battle between soldiers and settlers. The site includes historic tours, parade grounds, and tallgrass prairie..

  • Fort Smith National Historic Site

    At Fort Smith National Historic Site you can walk where soldiers drilled, pause along the Trail of Tears, and stand where justice was served.

  • Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site

    Fort Union Trading Post was the most important fur trading post on the upper Missouri from 1828 to 1867, where many tribes conducted trading.

  • Gateway Arch National Park

    Gateway Arch National Park, formerly known as Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, captures the historical presence of the St. Louis' Old Courthouse where the Dred Scott case was held.

  • George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

    One of the greatest feats of the American Revolutionary War is memorialized at Fort Sackville, which George Rogers Clark and his men captured in 1779.

  • George Washington Carver National Monument

    This 2101 acre park has a 3/4 mile nature trail, museum, and an interactive exhibit area for students to explore George Washington Carver's boyhood home.

  • Grand Portage National Monument

    Grand Portage National Monument and Indian Reservation, a national park in Minnesota, forms a bridge between people, time, and culture.

  • Harry S Truman National Historic Site

    Harry S. Truman National Historic Site includes the Truman Home in Independence, Missouri, and the Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri.

  • Herbert Hoover National Historic Site

    Herbert Hoover National Historic Site, birthplace of former President Herbert Hoover, sparked his commitment to public service through humanity and generosity.

  • Hot Springs National Park
    Enjoy over 40 hot springs, a wilderness area with 20+ miles of trails, and historic Bathhouse Row—a stunning showcase of Gilded Age architecture.
  • Hikers with large packs walk past a trail marker for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
    Ice Age National Scenic Trail

    Wisconsin’s Ice Age National Scenic Trail is nearly 1,200 miles long, tracing the edge of a glacier that covered the area during the Ice Age 15,000 years ago. As the glacier retreated, it left behind a variety of landscape features, now enjoyed by millions who use the trail each year.