ZionMesa VerdeBryce CanyonShenandoah
You can see that in Mesa Verde National Park.
Famed for its well-preserved cliff dwellings including the (pictured) Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde is located in Colorado.
Joshua TreeDeath ValleySaguaroBadlands
That's in Joshua Tree National Park.
Protecting parts of the Mojave and Colorado Deserts, the park is famed for its Joshua trees (pictured), which are actually more closely related to most grasses than other trees. You can find Joshua Tree in California.
EvergladesAcadiaIsle RoyaleDry Tortugas
That old fort is in the Dry Tortugas National Park.
Only accessible by boat or sea plane, the Dry Tortugas are located to the west of Key West in Florida. There's great diving as well as the Civil War-era Fort Jefferson (pictured).
CanyonlandsGrand CanyonArchesPetrified Forest
This is the Petrified Forest National Park.
With some of the world's largest deposits of petrified wood (pictured), the Petrified Forest is located in Arizona.Via Flickr: teofilo
YellowstoneTheodore RooseveltDenaliGrand Teton
Those buffalo (or bison) roam in Yellowstone National Park.
The world's first National Park, Yellowstone is in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. It's home to many of North America's most awesome wildlife from bison (pictured) to grizzly bears.
Those rocks are in Arches National Park.
Famed for its sandstone arches, which lend the park its name, Arches is located in Utah.
Wrangell-St. EliasGlacier BayRocky MountainLassen Volcanic
That is the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.
Wrangell-St. Elias is located in Alaska and protects 13 million acres of wilderness and includes Mount St. Elias, one of the highest points in North America.
Hawai'i VolcanoesLassen VolcanicGates of the ArcticHaleakalā
That is Haleakalā National Park.
Protecting the crater of the island of Maui's dormant volcano, Haleakalā can be found in Hawai'i.
RedwoodVirgin IslandsKenai FjordsOlympic
That view can be seen in Olympic National Park.
Olympic is located in Washington state and its nearly million acres protect some of the most rugged mountains and coastlines in the United States.Via Flickr: kenlund
North CascadesVoyageursIsle RoyaleAcadia
That is Isle Royale National Park.
Isle Royale is located in the middle of Lake Superior in Michigan. It's only accessible by boat, but that hasn't stopped moose and wolf, as well as other animals, from populating the remote island.
That is Kings Canyon National Park.
Protecting 461,901 acres of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Kings Canyon is in California. It is one of the most remote and least developed parks in the National Park system.
Crater LakeGlacier BayRocky MountainAcadia
That's Acadia National Park.
One of the smaller National Parks, Maine's Acadia National Park is home to the beautiful Jordan Pond (pictured) as well as the earliest sunrise in the 50 states, which you can see from the top of Cadillac Mountain.
Carlsbad CavernsMammoth CaveWind CavePinnacles
That is in Carlsbad Caverns National Park.
While New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns might not look like much from above ground, below is one of the most epic cave systems on the planet.
Lake ClarkMount RainierDenaliKatmai
That is in Mount Rainier National Park.
On a clear day, you can see the famous Mount Rainier from Seattle. The park protects, of course, Mount Rainier, which is the highest peak in the Cascade range.
Guadalupe MountainsGrand CanyonBig BendShenandoah
That's in Big Bend National Park.
Tucked along the Mexican border in Texas, Big Bend protects 801,163 acres of the Chihuahuan Desert.
Grand TetonSequoiaKings CanyonYosemite
That is Yosemite National Park.
California's Yosemite National Park is home to some of the most dramatic cliffs and views in the whole world.Via Flickr: photommo
Virgin IslandsAmerican SamoaBiscayneChannel Islands
That is the National Park of American Samoa.
The National Park of American Samoa can be found in American Samoa, of course! It's the only one of the United States' National Parks south of the equator.
Capitol ReefGrand CanyonNorth CascadesBadlands
That is Grand Canyon National Park.
The Grand Canyon is in Arizona. It's a really large canyon carved by the Colorado River, which you can barely see from the rim.
Great BasinCuyahoga ValleyBlack Canyon of the GunnisonGreat Sand Dunes
That's in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.
The Black Canyon of the Gunnison is located in Colorado. It's one of the newer National Parks, gaining the designation in 1999.
Kobuk ValleyYellowstoneHot SpringsGreat Smoky Mountains
That is in Hot Springs National Park.
You can find Hot Springs in Arkansas. It's one of the smallest and most urban National Parks. You can even get an old-timey spa treatment in an old-timey hot spring spa.
How Well Do You Know Your National Parks?
You really know your parks, so get out there and explore!
You know your parks pretty well, but there is still so much more for you to explore.
Imagine the Instagram possibilities with these views!
You might not know the National Parks of the United States well, but maybe they just aren't your national parks. I'm sure your country has some pretty awesome places too! However, if you are American, you need to get out more!