Our printable list of national parks located in the United States will help you plan your next trip!
Did you know that there are currently 63 national parks in the United States? Additionally, there are more than 1,000 sites that you can visit FOR FREE if you happen to have a fourth-grader.
VISIT NATIONAL PARKS FOR FREE
Every year, 4th-grade students and their families can participate in the Every Kid Outdoors Program.
You can learn more about this amazing program on my blog post, 4th Grade National Park Pass (A Guide to the FREE “Every Kid Outdoors” Program).
PLAN A NATIONAL PARK ROAD TRIP
National park road trips have been some of the biggest travel highlights of our summer travels. Almost every summer, we plan a family road trip, and, usually, it includes national parks.
The western United States is jam-packed with national parks, which makes for some great routes.
Some of our all-time favorites have included our Yellowstone + Grand Tetons + Dinosaur National Monument trip as well as our most recent adventure exploring the Mighty 5 national parks in Southern Utah.
GET YOUR PRINTABLE LIST OF NATIONAL PARKS
Start planning today, and check off your bucket list using this FREE printable list of national parks.
Either click on the image below and save it or print it, or scroll down and click on the button to open the list in PDF format (higher quality).