Find a Park by State

Select a State:
National Map Hawaii Virgin Islands Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico Guam American Samoa Alaska California Nevada Arizona New Mexico Washington Oregon Idaho Utah Colorado Arkansas Montana Wyoming Texas North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Illinois Mississippi Alabama Florida Georgia South Carolina Tennessee North Carolina Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky West Virginia Virginia Maine New York Pennsylvania Washington, DC Delaware Maryland New Jersey Connecticut Rhode Island Massachusetts New Hampshire Vermont


Lining the Shelves of a Library

Library room with many shelves of books and a table lined with chairs

Adams National Historical Park

The 1870 Stone Library is home to 12,000 volumes, reflecting the literary tastes and interests of four generations of the Adams family.

Book shelf full of books

Frederick Douglass NHS

Frederick Douglass' library includes many books, booklets, and papers, including his Bible, of the 19th-century civil rights activist.

Desk by a bookshelf

Carl Sandburg Home NHS

More than 10,000 books fill the home of the popular 20th-century writer located in the mountains of North Carolina.

World Heritage Sites

Ruins of an ancestral Puebloan residence on a cliff side

Mesa Verde National Park

Nearly 5,000 archaeological sites give a glimpse into the vanished culture of the Ancestral Pueblo people.

Upward view of tree canopy with sun beams peaking through.

Redwood Nat'l and State Parks

Measuring up to 367 feet, the California coast redwood are the tallest trees in the world.

Aerial view of ancient grass mounds

Poverty Point National Monument

Walk through the remnants of a culture that was part a trading network that stretched across the continent 3,000 years ago.

Statue of Liberty with hundreds of tourists at the base

Statue of Liberty National Monument

Originally an international gift of friendship, the statue of Lady Liberty is one of the most recognized monuments around the world.

Riverside Geyser with a rainbow

Yellowstone National Park

A dramatic landscape of colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers, Yellowstone was set aside for the enjoyment of future generations.

National Park Getaways

Wasp fossil

This Month's National Park Getaway

Spy traces of prehistoric life in one of the most diverse fossil deposits in the world at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument.

Ranger talking next to a painting of Mary McLeod Bethune

Mary McLeod Bethune Council House NHS

The doors of the Council House have reopened for everyone to explore Bethune's incredible legacy.

People on a boardwalk next to redwoods

Muir Woods National Monument

Walk in the shadows of giants in an old-growth forest of coastal redwoods in northern California.

Paddler canoeing through mangroves

Big Cypress National Preserve

Adventure, recreation, and discovery are beckoning explorers to cypress swamps in southern Florida.