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3 National Parks in America That Deserve More Love

3 National Parks in America That Deserve More Love

When most people think of the national parks in America, they think of Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Yosemite, or maybe the Great Smoky Mountains. But there are actually 59 national parks in the United States – and many of them are underappreciated by tourists and locals alike. This article discusses some of the most underrated American national parks that definitely deserve more love from travelers from around the world – and maybe even from local residents themselves!

National Park of American Samoa

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The only U.S. national park in the Southern Hemisphere is located on American Samoa, and it is unquestionably worthwhile to see. In addition to Ofu beach and its amazing coral reefs, you may witness the threatened flying fox here. You can also hike from one end of the island to the other, which includes visiting stunning mountains that are home to rare plants and insects that are not found anywhere else in the world. Plus, there’s an awesome fishing village called Aua that has a long wharf for catching tuna fish.

North Cascades National Park

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One of the places on Earth with the most snow is this tundra in the Pacific Northwest. If you have the chance to visit, definitely do so because the scenery is breathtaking! It’s also a good place for hiking and camping. There are many different trails that vary from moderate to strenuous, so whether you’re a beginner or an experienced hiker, there’s a trail for everyone. The best part about North Cascades National Park? It only takes three hours to get here by car or bus from Seattle or Vancouver – which makes it perfect for a day trip if you want to escape city life for awhile!

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Virgin Islands National Park

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If you didn’t know, Saint John Island, one of the most stunning locations in the Caribbean, is home to a national park for more than half of its area! What more could you ask for? The beaches are beautiful and wildlife abounds. The protected areas include salt ponds, mangrove forests, sea grass beds and coral reefs. There’s even a fort that was built by French settlers in 1666!

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