This park is one of the most iconic and popular destinations in the country, and for good reasons.
These parks are home to the largest and oldest living trees on Earth, the giant sequoias.
This park is the hottest, driest, and lowest place in North America, but also one of the most beautiful and diverse.
This park is where two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, meet and create a fascinating environment.
These parks protect the tallest trees in the world, the coast redwoods, and the diverse ecosystems that depend on them.
This park is a testament to the power and beauty of volcanism, as it features all four types of volcanoes in the world.
This park results from millions of years of erosion, showcasing remnants of an ancient volcano split and moved by the San Andreas Fault.
This park is a group of five islands that lie off the coast of Southern California, and are often called the Galapagos of North America.
This park is a vast and varied desert landscape that covers 1.6 million acres of the Mojave Desert.
This park is a peninsula that juts out into the Pacific Ocean, and offers a stunning and diverse coastal environment.
This park is a sanctuary for the coast redwoods, the tallest trees in the world, and one of the last remaining old-growth forests in the Bay Area.
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