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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.

  • Independence National Historical Park

    Independence National Historical Park is built on the spirit of our American Revolution, where visitors can experience the story of freedom in Philadelphia.

  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site takes visitors back in time to experience the roots of one of the nation's most prolific leaders in Presidential history.

  • Johnstown Flood National Memorial

    Johnstown Flood National Memorial rewinds time and takes visitors to explore the collapse of the South Fork Dam, crucial to American History.

  • Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument

    Our 413th national park, Katahdin Woods and Waters is part of Maine's famed North Woods, offering recreation opportunities for all.

  • Kings Mountain National Military Park

    Kings Mountain Park remembers the battle victory of the Revolutionary War-the first major American victory following the British invasion at Charleston.

  • Lowell National Historical Park

    Explore Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts through a boat, trolley, or walking tour to learn about the history of industry and labor.

  • A view, from the sidewalk, of the striped awning hanging over the entrance to the park
    Maggie L Walker National Historic Site

    Tour Maggie Walker's historic Richmond home and learn about her role in civil rights and empowerment for African Americans.

  • Martin Van Buren National Historic Site

    When Martin Van Buren was not serving as an architect of the American political party system, this former president could be found in this Kinderhook, NY home.

  • 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.

  • New England National Scenic Trail logo on a tree stump
    New England National Scenic Trail

    From the long ridges of Connecticut to the highlands of Massachusetts, the New England National Scenic Trail covers 235 miles of panoramic vistas, offering visitors a glimpse into the natural and cultural landscape of southern New England.