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Do you love visiting US National Parks?

We love to explore the parks, take photos, and even serve as guides for our Facebook group meet-ups.

There are some fun facts about US National Parks that may surprise you.

We put together this quiz about US National Parks to test your knowledge.

Take the quiz first if you haven’t already.

You’ll find the answers and interesting facts about US National Parks below.

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How many did you get right?

Did we stump you on some of the questions? There are definitely some fun facts about National parks so let’s get to the answers below.

Question 1:

Arches has the slogan “Half the park is after dark”. Many people love to take photos of the dark sky and the photos are stunning. Check out our complete guide for visiting Arches National Park.

Question 2:

There are 62 US National Parks. Check out this fun list of national parks by the most popular HERE.

Question 3:

Yellowstone National Park is the oldest National park in the US. It was founded in 1872. We have a great guide to help you plan the perfect vacation at Yellowstone.

Question 4:

Ribbon Falls is located in Yosemite National Park. It’s waterfall is nine times taller than Niagara Falls. Dave love taking photos of waterfalls, so if you like waterfalls, then check out all the waterfalls in Yellowstone which are some of his favorite.

Question 5:

California and Alaska both have 8 national parks. Alaska also has the most and least visited National Parks. We definitely want to go to Alaska and visit both. How about you? Care to join us?

Question 6:

Delaware and Illinois are the only states that don’t have a National Park. It’s an interesting fact that every state but these two have one. That means that no matter where you live in the US, there is a National Park near you! Download our list of national parks by state.

We hope you learned some things about National Parks. Send the link to your friends and see how they score. In the comments we would love to hear how you scored and anything you learned.

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