Often overlooked, the eastern United States has National Parks brimming with natural beauty and adventure.
Located 15 miles offshore from Miami, Florida
Biscayne National Park
Located in the Gulf of Mexico. 100-square-mile park comprising seven small islands on the open water.
Dry Tortugas National Park
Located in south Florida, it is a 100 miles-long and 60 miles-wide slow-moving river of grass.
Everglades National Park
Located in South Carolina, the most significant intact stretch of old-growth floodplain hardwood forest in the southeastern United States.
Congaree National Park
Located in Tennessee and North Carolina, America’s most visited national park.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Located in Kentucky, it has the world’s longest cave system.
Mammoth Cave National Park
Located in West Virginia, America’s newest national park, established in December 2020.
New River Gorge National Park
Located in Virginia, is one of America’s best scenic drives. Covers 105 miles, the park’s entire length.
Shenandoah National Park
Wind and waves from Lake Michigan formed unique habitats along 15 miles of the Indiana coastline to explore.
Indiana Dunes National Park
Located in Ohio, you can take a relaxing train ride through forests, wetlands, and sections of the Ohio and Erie Canal.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Located in Maine, you can take a three-mile drive on Cadillac Summit Road to ascend the mountain.
Acadia National Park
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