11 Of The Least-Visited National Parks In America That Can’t Be Missed
Fun fact: in the United States, there are more than 400 national park sites scattered throughout the land (423 at the time of this writing), each just begging to be explored. Unfortunately, with so many unique spots on the list of parks to choose from, some are bound to go underappreciated as visitors commonly decide to head to the most popular destinations without so much as considering the lesser-known hidden gems. Here are some of our picks for the best little-known national parks in the United States.
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Trust us, when it comes to little-known national parks in the United States, you’ve got so many more to choose from other than the ones on this list that it might be worth creating an entirely new bucket list for. The United States is a huge place with so many beautiful underappreciated nooks and crannies that we often take it for granted, especially if we grew up in or near a location considered “scenic” or a “vacation spot” by others. We forget just how gorgeous our own backyard is, and it’s waiting patiently for us to begin exploring as soon as we can.
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Tori Jane Ostberg plays with tornadoes for fun. When she's not out chasing the biggest and baddest storms mama nature has to offer, she can usually be found writing something, somewhere, or exploring the desert southwest with her camera.