Once you see these photos, you'll understand why.
Spanning 47,000 acres in Maine, is a must-visit for East Coasters looking for a great hike or bike ride.
Utah is home to several beautiful national parks, but is particularly stunning, thanks to its 2,000-plus natural stone arches.
Nestled between Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, offers visitors beautiful views as well as the chance to experience native plants and wildlife, thanks to its status as a refuge.
Located in Montana on the border of the United States and Canada, is home to glistening lakes, impressive mountains and over 700 miles of trails.
The is a mainstay of U.S. travel lists, and for good reason. The country's 15th-oldest national park offers unparalleled views that you just have to see in person to believe.
Head to the in Wyoming to experience the majestic Teton Range or take a dip in Snake River.
The truly lives up to its name. The park, located on the border of North Carolina and Tennessee, is the most visited in the U.S. thanks to its diverse plant and animal life, and the views afforded by the Smoky Mountains.
Spanning 669,984 acres on the Kenai Peninsula in south central Alaska, the offers unrivaled access to over 40 glaciers.
Head to in Washington to camp amongst rivers and mountain peaks, or check out the park's hot springs.
Located in Colorado, the encompasses 415 miles of pure wilderness.
Wyoming's is known for its geysers, lakes, and forests, but visitors are also drawn to the park for a chance to see the bears and eagles that call it home.
Located in California's Sierra Nevada mountains, is full of waterfalls and giant Sequoia trees.