The Country’s Smallest National Parks Are In Pennsylvania…And You Won’t Believe How Tiny They Are

Sometimes the best things come in the smallest packages. Sure, it’s an old cliché, but two of the smallest national parks, which happen to be in Pennsylvania, prove that cliché true.

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A visit to two of the smallest national parks in the nation promises a revealing look at Pennsylvania’s past. Keep with the theme of visiting Pennsylvania’s tiny spots with a trip to this tiny Pennsylvania town that offers plenty to do.