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Grand Teton National Park seems to represent the original American Dream; it is a model of our nation's natural wonder and a symbol of the pioneers' exploration of the West.
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The Florida Everglades is the only subtropical preserve in North America, and its endangerment has placed it at the forefront of a massive restoration movement.
A mosaic of geological and ecological features, Acadia National Park is composed of ocean, mountains, forests, streams and ponds, wetlands, meadows and beaches.
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Visit Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, and watch geologic history unfold before your eyes.
Strap on your sea legs, and hop aboard the nearest watercraft -- Voyageurs National Park is water-based, and some of her finest treasures will only be unlocked by boat.
It's easy to feel like the last person standing when you visit the desert abyss that is Big Bend National Park.
Peering into the alcoves from which Mesa Verde's puebloan cliff dwellings seem to seep upward is oddly reminiscent of peering into treasures encased within a Faberge Egg.
In Death Valley National Park, daily temperatures soar, and visitors are not greeted by some of Mother Nature's most intense physical features.
Formed by volcanoes, sustained by the earth's molten rock layers and teeming with flowers, fauna and vistas galore, Yellowstone is one of America's best-loved national parks.
Surrounded by small villages and dotted with nationally recognized historic buildings and structures, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a living testament to a near-forgotten era.