8 Largest US National Parks Not Including Yellowstone or Zion


Discover vast expanses of untouched wilderness in the largest national parks of the United States, showcasing unparalleled natural beauty and diverse ecosystems.

The US has 63 National Parks covering diverse landscapes and ecosystems. The largest ones are Wrangell-St. Elias, Gates of the Arctic, and Denali.

The park is Alaska’s largest park, with stunning mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, and historic mining sites. It covers over 6M acres of diverse terrain and wildlife.

Wrangell St. Elias National Park


Gates of the Arctic  National Park preserves the Brooks Range, a remote wilderness of mountains, rivers, and wildlife above the Arctic Circle.

Gates of the Arctic National Park


Denali National Park in Alaska spans 6 million acres, boasting vast wilderness. Among the most significant US national parks, it's a haven for nature lovers.

Denali National Park


Katmai National Park in southern Alaska is well-known for its big brown bears and yearly salmon migrations, which bring amazing animals to its beautiful wilderness.

Katmai National Park


The hottest, driest, and lowest park in the US, with diverse landscapes and extreme contrasts.

Death Valley National Park


Glacier Bay National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Alaska, with 3.3 million acres of mountains, glaciers, rainforests, and fjords.

Glacier Bay National Park


Lake Clark National Park, spanning 4 million acres in Alaska, hosts varied ecosystems and abundant wildlife.

Lake Clark National Park


A park where two ecosystems converge, showcasing rock formations, Joshua trees, and diverse wildlife.

Joshua Tree National Park 


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