The Best Spots For Nature Lovers In The United States

The United States of America is famous for many things, some good and some bad. One fact that’s often overlooked about the USA is that, with its large physical size, it encompasses many different ecological zones.

Regions of the United States contain temperate sierras, great plains, deserts, coasts, lakes, temperate and wet forests, mountain ranges, highlands, mangrove swamps, canyons, and more. As a result, there is a huge variety of natural landscapes and wildlife packed into just one country.

In a bid to make use of its abundant natural beauty to the fullest, the USA is home to some 62 national parks. This article is going to list just 3 of the best National parks in the United States.

Yellowstone National Park

There is really only one choice to start at number one on this list. Arguably the most popular of all America’s national parks, Yellowstone is world famous for such attractions as Old Faithful, but it is more than just geyser fields. Yellowstone is home to hundreds of species of wildlife, including nearly 300 species of birds and nearly 70 mammal species. It really is an animal enthusiast’s perfect retreat. There are forests, great plains, mounting ranges, and much more to explore and visit in this park straddling the US states of Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana.

Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is best known for providing stunning views that are pretty amazing to see. Thousands of people travel from all over the world to find their own piece of Grand Teton history. Grand Totem’s numerous attractions include wide open spaces, lakes, and meadows set against majestic mountain ranges.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is a wonderful choice when choosing a place to visit for the holidays. Yosemite has a little bit of everything, from adventure trails to teeming wildlife, to numerous other activities such as horseback riding, rafting, skiing, and more.

This only scratches the surface of what wonderful natural resources are in each and every one of the many national parks in the US.

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