There are 417 National Parks in the United States…which includes the National Seashores and a massive amount of National Monuments and Historic Sites. Within this mix of national treasures, there are 59 sites that have the full National Park Status. We are gradually exploring as many of them as we can!
For more information on the types of National Parks, the differences between them and where these numbers come from, you visit the National Park Foundation HERE.
Here are the “National Parks” that we have seen so far:
- Acadia National Park – Photo Gallery
- Badlands National Park –Blog Post and Photo Gallery
- Dry Tortugas National Park – Blog Post
- Everglades National Park – Blog Post
- Glacier National Park – Photo Gallery
- Grand Canyon National Park – Photo Gallery
- Grand Teton National Park – Blog Post coming soon and Photo Gallery
- Great Sand Dunes National Park – Photo Gallery
- Mammoth Cave National Park – Blog Post
- Petrified Forest National Park – Photo Gallery
- Wind Cave National Park – Blog Post
- Yellowstone National Park -Blog Post coming soon and Photo Gallery
By the way, here is what we plan on seeing in the remainder of 2017:
- Crater Lake National Park
- Glacier National Park
- Joshua Tree National Park
- Mount Rainier National Park
- Olympic National Park
- Redwood National Park
- Yosemite National Park
Keep watch for some serious fun at Barry Good Times! If you have an adventure in the National Park system that you think we might enjoy, please reach out and let us know. We love to hear your suggestions.