Here Is The Best National Park For Your Personality
We have 60 national parks in the United States, but the sheer number of stunning protected natural areas make it a challenge to know exactly which one is the best for your next trip. Here’s the best national park for your personality.
For The Multitasker — Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone has everything. You can spot wild animals while hiking to see hot springs before kayaking in serene lakes.
For The Traditionalist — Grand Canyon National Park
There’s a reason the Grand Canyon is on everyone’s bucket list. It’s awe-inspiring and truly something everyone should see at least once in their lives.
For The Introvert — Olympic National Park
The moss-covered trees in Olympic National Park almost absorb the sound of your footprints, so you won’t feel overwhelmed by people here.
For The Photographer — Arches National Park
Photogenic is an understatement for Arches. The red rock formations provide an interesting landscape in every direction you look.
For The Detoxer — Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Location: Tennessee and North Carolina
Great Smoky is full of wide-open spaces where you can unplug from your busy city life and get lost in the green, rolling mountains.
For The Modern Hippy — Joshua Tree National Park
If Coachella is your thing, you’ll like Joshua Tree. It’s hot, dry and hip. Think of the desert aesthetic photos you’ll Instagram as you hike.
For The Adventurer — Glacier National Park
Glacier’s backcountry is for the true explorers. These mountains and alpine lakes are pristine, very much worth the hassle of securing a backcountry hiking permit.
For The Hipster — Bryce Canyon National Park
While the traditionalists go to the Grand Canyon, those in the know go to Bryce. The unique landscape is breathtaking and the park is much quieter than the Grand Canyon.