These are 10 Best National Parks in California 


California boasts the most national parks in the US, offering diverse landscapes from deserts to mountains. Here are 10 top national parks to visit in California.

Each of these parks represents a different aspect of California's diverse natural beauty, from its deserts and mountains to its forests and coastlines.

Muir Woods is a national monument that protects a remnant of the old-growth coast redwood forest.

Muir Woods National Monument


Point Reyes is a national seashore that preserves a spectacular stretch of the California coast.

Point Reyes National Seashore


Lassen Volcanic is a geothermal wonderland, where you can see the effects of volcanic activity. 

Lassen Volcanic National Park


Pinnacles is the newest national park in California, created by the erosion of an ancient volcano.

Pinnacles National Park


Joshua Tree is a desert wonderland where two ecosystems meet. It is home to the unique and twisted Joshua trees, as well as rock formations, cacti, and wildflowers.

Joshua Tree National Park


Sequoia and Kings Canyon are adjacent national parks that protect some of the largest and oldest trees on earth.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks


Death Valley is a place of extremes, with the lowest, hottest, and driest point in North America.

Death Valley National Park


Channel Islands is a marine sanctuary, consisting of five islands and their surrounding waters.

Channel Islands National Park


Redwood is a complex of four parks that preserve the tallest trees in the world. 

Redwood National and State Parks


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Yosemite National Park, spanning 3,027 square kilometers in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, was founded in 1890 and is overseen by the National Park Service.

Yosemite National Park


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