7 Out of 10 People Didn't Know Where These National Parks Are. Do You?

Martin Kaff
Created by Martin Kaff
On May 10, 2021

It's been a long year, with people mostly staying inside, or going outside only in small groups in wide open spaces. That's why we're so excited about National Picnic Day (April 23rd), a day where we celebrate the great outdoors, sharing a sandwich and a drink with some friends on a grassy lawn, or looking out at a beautiful view after a long hike.

Whatever you like to do, and wherever you like to go, there's a park for you. There are the grassy ones, icy mountain ones, the volcanic ones, the rocky ones, the desert ones, the forest ones - the list goes on and on!

So, to celebrate this occasion, we thought, what better way than by recognizing some of the most beautiful and unique parks in the country! But do you know where they are?

Which state are these National Parks in?

1 / 10


2 / 10

Bryce Canyon

3 / 10

Crater Lake

4 / 10

Glacier Bay

5 / 10


6 / 10

Mount Rainier

7 / 10

Joshua Tree

8 / 10

Kenai Fjords

9 / 10


10 / 10

Mammoth Cave

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