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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.

  • Andersonville National Historic Site

    Andersonville National Historic Site serves as a memorial to all American prisoners of war throughout the nation's history.

  • Andrew Johnson National Historic Site

    One of the many historic national park sites honoring the life of the 17th President, this park preserves his two homes, tailor shop, and grave site.

  • Big Cypress National Preserve

    Larger than the entire state of Rhode Island, Big Cypress National Preserve is the nation’s first national


  • Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument

    Established January 2017, Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument honors the nonviolent protestors that fought against the country’s racial discrimination laws and practices.

  • Biscayne National Park
    Immerse yourself with all that nature has to offer on the sunny seas of Biscayne National Park. Explore over 600 species of native fish along one of the world’s largest coral reefs.
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
    The Blue Ridge Parkway borders both the Great Smoky Mountains and Shenandoah National Park, offering stunning views of Appalachia.
  • Booker T. Washington National Monument

    On April 5, 1856, a child who later called himself Booker T. Washington was born in slavery on this 207-acre tobacco farm.

  • Buck Island Reef National Monument

    At the easternmost point of Buck Island Reef National Monument is a famous underwater trail; novice and expert snorkelers will enjoy the passages.

  • Camp Nelson National Monument

    Kentucky’s Camp Nelson National Monument tells the story of the African-American military service in the Union Army during the Civil War, as well as the difficult transition to freedom during the Reconstruction era.

  • Canaveral National Seashore

    Canaveral National Seashore is on a barrier island which includes ocean, beach, dune, hammock, lagoon, salt marsh, and pine flatland habitats.

  • Cape Hatteras National Seashore

    A haven for recreation and reflection, the islands of Cape Hatteras National Seashore are constantly changing by tide, storm, current, and wind.

  • Cape Lookout National Seashore

    Cape Lookout National Seashore protects the southernmost section of the Outer Banks of North Carolina, just east of the mainland.