U.S. is full of impressive small pieces off wilderness, but some of this places are unique in their own way. There are 59 National parks in U.S. and they are all worth to visit, but we choose the best 11 that you must see.
11. Everglades National Park, Florida
Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S. The Park is extended of 1.5 million acres of wetland. It is home to 36 endangered species including the American crocodile, West Indian manatee, and Florida panther.
10. Olympic National Park, Washington
Situated on the Olympic Peninsula, More than three million people a year travel around the perfect terrain. Olympic National Park contains wildflower meadow, temperate rain forest subalpine forest and rugged Pacific shore.
9. Rocky Mountains National Park, Colorado
At the Rocky Mountains National Park in Colorado, the amazing landscapes are the main attraction. The park contains 150 lakes and over 60 mountains higher than 12,000ft. Hikers will be delight over this park, it contains more than 300 miles of hiking trails.
8. Zion, Utah
Zion is the oldest national park in Utah, here you can find over 70 mammals, over 30 reptiles and nearly 300 species of bird.