Top 10 largest national parks of the USA

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America has a lot to offer when it comes to exploring nature. The broad variety of unique landscapes attracts many tourist annually. To protect and conserve these regions for future generations the concept of a national park was established. In 1872 Yellowstone Park was the first National Park. Now National Parks in the USA account for 2,2% of its territory. What are the largest national parks in the USA. Find out in our next top 10!

Top 10 largest national parks of the USA

  1. Everglades, Florida – 2,357 square miles (6,105 sq km)
  2. Kobuk Valley, Alaska – 2,735 square miles (7,085 sq km)
  3. Yellowstone, Wyoming / Montana / Idaho – 3,468 square miles (8,983 sq km)
  4. Lake Clark, Alaska – 4,093 square miles (10,602 sq km)
  5. Glacier Bay, Alaska – 5,038 square miles (13,050 sq km)
  6. Death Valley, California / Nevada – 5,269 square miles (13,647 sq km)
  7. Katmai, Alaska – 5,741 square miles (14,870 sq km)
  8. Denali, Alaska – 7,408 square miles (19,186 sq km)
  9. Gates of the Arctic, Alaska – 11,756 square miles (30,448 sq km)
  10. Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska – 13,005 square miles (33,683 sq km)

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