National Parks/General Overview
The United States of America have 60 protected areas known as National Parks. Maybe you know some of them. This part should show you how many parks with different scenery and natural wonders exist.
Facts and records
What is the oldest National Park? (Yellowstone) (!Plimouth Plantation) (!Jamestown) (!Yosemite)
What is the largest National Park in the USA? (!Yellowstone) (!Rhode Island) (Wrangell-St. Elias) (!Death Valley)
What is the deepest canyon? (!Grand Canyon) (!Black Canyon) (Kings Canyon) (!Antelope Canyon)
Which states have the most national parks [2 of them] (!Texas) (!New York) (California) (Alaska) (!Washington) (!Florida) (!Utah) (!Colorado)
Which is the most visited national park in the USA? (Great Smoky Mountains NP) (!Yosemite NP) (!Yellowstone NP) (!Everglades) (!Grand Canyon National Park) (!Rocky Mountain National Park) (!Zion National Park)
The highest mountain of the USA is Mt McKinley [6193.5m] in ... (Denali NP [Alaska]) (!Yellowstone NP) (!Yosemite NP) (!Mount Olympic NP)
The biggest national park is Wrangell-St. Elias with 33.682,5 km² (about the size of Nordrhein-Wesfalen or Switzerland). It also covers three climate zones.
The deepest canyon is Kings Canyon with 8200 feet (2504m); the Grand Canyon is only a mile deep (1600m).
California and Alaska both have 8 national parks (10 States With The Most National Parks In The United States
The lowest point in the US is Badwater which is 282 ft (86m) below sea level. It's in ... (Death Valley NP) (!Dry Tortugas NP) (!Everglades NP)(!Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky)
The longest cave system of the world is in … (Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky) (!Hawaii Volcanoes NP) (!Mount Olympic NP)
By now you must have seen lots of pictures.
Match the sights with the national parks they are in.