The One National Park You’ve Probably Never Heard Of But Need To Visit

Last year, America’s national parks received more than 330 million visitors, with places like the Blue Ridge Parkway and Golden Gate National Recreation Area seeing roughly 15 million visitors. With more well-known destinations welcoming millions of adventurers, you may be wondering which national parks are better to visit if you’re looking to beat the crowds. Let’s head to South Carolina to uncover a hidden gem of the National Parks System that only had 160,000 visitors during all of last year.

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Did you know that this place existed? To discover another lesser-known national park, read about The Secret Island Of The Great Lakes You Simply Must Visit This Summer!