Lists

Official US National Parks

Acadia, Maine
American Samoa, American Samoa
Arches, Utah
Badlands, South Dakota
Big Bend, Texas
Biscayne, Florida
Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado
Bryce Canyon, Utah
Canyonlands, Utah
Capitol Reef, Utah
Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
Channel Islands, California
Congaree, South Carolina
Crater Lake, Oregon
Cuyahoga Valley, Ohio
Death Valley, California, Nevada
Denali, Alaska
Dry Tortugas, Florida
Everglades, Florida
Gates of the Arctic, Alaska
Glacier Bay, Alaska
Glacier, Montana
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Grand Teton, Wyoming
Great Basin, Nevada
Great Sand Dunes, Colorado
Great Smoky Mountains,  Tennessee
Guadalupe Mountains, Texas
Haleakalā, Hawaii
Hawaii Volcanoes, Hawaii
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Isle Royale, Michigan
Joshua Tree, California
Katmai , Alaska
Kenai Fjords, Alaska
Kings Canyon, California
Kobuk Valley, Alaska
Lake Clark, Alaska
Lassen Volcanic, California
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
Mesa Verde, Colorado
Mount Rainier, Washington
North Cascades, Washington
Olympic, Washington
Petrified Forest, Arizona
Pinnacles, California
Redwood, California
Rocky Mountain, Colorado
Saguaro, Arizona
Sequoia, California
Shenandoah, Virginia
Theodore Roosevelt, North Dakota
Virgin Islands, United States Virgin Islands
Voyageurs, Minnesota
Wind Cave, South Dakota
Wrangell –St. Elias, Alaska
Yellowstone, Wyoming
Yosemite, California
Zion, Utah

3 thoughts on “Lists

  1. Hey, your sight is so inspiring. I am traveling (or about to) in my Casita trailer pulled by a Silverado pkup. I am from Colorado, but am house sitting in northern California. I want to head up into Oregon and then across. Question: do you ever do any dispersed camping (no fee type) and have you found places that aren’t like remote roads all along? How do you go about finding and creating a route that gives comfort, security, but not costly and not in big RV camps? And secondly, any suggestions about Oregon?

    best to you,

    annie

  2. Alaska! I’ve noticed you have several Alaska sites on your list. We are flying to Alaska June 21 and back July 8 this summer. Seeing grandkids is the priority, but we’ll do salmon fishing, float plane trip to some river to fish with bears… And a train trip to Seward, I think. There are other days of traveling and site seeing. I know Talkeetna is on the list. We’ve been, but we’re taking Pat’s mom and are taking some easy trips for her. I’ve only been to Alaska once back in 2009 when the kids got married. (Pat’s daughter,Stefanie and Kyle, her husband).
    I’m really like owing forward to the trip!!!

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