As of 2021 there are 63 National Parks located throughout the United States. These parks are as beautiful as they are diverse. They contain lush forests, stunning beaches, imposing mountains, and extraordinary wildlife.
However, not all National Parks receive equal attention. While destinations such as Yellowstone and Yosemite are likely to capture ones imagination, some are simply not on our radar.
With this in mind, we want to highlight these lesser-known National Parks and examine what makes each one unique. Join us as we take a journey to the 10 least visited National Parks in the United States.
Dry Tortugas is spectacular. One of my favorite places. Snorkeling around Fort Jefferson was amazing.
Cynthia Steed said:
Have been to St John when my son’s were young. Now my son is grown and a biology teacher who takes students on eco trips to Sr John for his marine biology class.
I am planning to visit Alaska this year as it is the only state I have not visited. These parks are some place for me to visit.
These parks look incredible! I’m surprised that some of these don’t see more visitors.