While parks like the Grand Canyon or the Great Smoky Mountains attract millions of visitors every year, there are many more places in the United States national parks system that don’t nearly get the attention they deserve.
In order to explore the underwater side of Dry Tortugas, you can snorkel or dive to see colorful coral reefs and insane amounts of marine life thriving and kicking.
Despite the unbeatable beauty the landscapes at Isle Royale boast, it still remains pretty untouched by tourism, which means the nature and scenery you’ll find here are as raw as they can get.
The park is made up of a series of waterways that are interconnected, as well as several lakes. In fact, over 40 percent of the park is set on the water!
During your visit, you’ll get to stand over the tallest sand dune in North America, sled down enormous dunes, go on a 4×4 drive across the desert, and camp under a billion stars.
From climbing on sandstone cliffs to going whitewater rafting to hiking, you’ll hardly get bored while exploring this brand new national park.
Home to four mountain ranges, some of the tallest peaks in the country, and the biggest system of glaciers in the country, Wrangell St. Elias wins plenty of prizes when it comes to adventures to offer!