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The Best US National Parks to Visit - Part 1

Updated: Sep 13

If the US National Parks have been a miss for you, there is no better time to check them off your list. Whether it's this summer or next, there are plenty of US parks that will seduce even the savviest of travelers.

Yellowstone National Park

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Established in 1872, Yellowstone was the first National Park in the U.S. and the world. It is located in the extreme northwestern part of Wyoming, with small sections of the park crossing state borders into Montana and Idaho.

Park Points

Size and Vibe: Yellowstone covers approximately 3,471 square miles. There are several notable distinctions within those miles. Yellowstone Lake is one of the largest high-elevation lakes in North America. It is also home to many geothermal, the Old Faithful geyser being it's most famous resident.

The park also contains a dormant supervolcano. Known as the Yellowstone Caldera, it is the largest supervolcano on the continent. The Caldera is at the center of the park on a broad, elevated volcanic plateau. Also, there are endless lakes, hot springs, canyons, rivers, and mountain ranges. There are hundreds of Yellowstone species, including grizzly bears, wolves, elk, and the most significant and oldest herd of bison in the U.S.

Best time of year to go: The best time of year to visit this iconic park depends on the kind of trip that you are after. The park is at full bloom and most popular in the summertime. Services are at their most comprehensive, and all roads are open to the public. If you prefer fewer crowds, the best times to visit are from April to May and between September and October, as it is less busy and offers mild weather.

How many people per year - 4.02 million (2019)

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One of the most popular activities that people indulge in is watching geysers erupt and viewing the colorful hot springs. People also love to watch wildlife, hike, bike, horseback ride, and camp on land. On the water, people enjoy boating, fishing, rafting, and stand-up paddling. As far as the winter season, skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling are favored activities. The adventure options are endless in Yellowstone!

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One of the most iconic spots to grab a picture is at Old Faithful. 99% of the park's visitors snap a geyser eruption photo at that spot. A second spot is the granddaddy of Yellowstone's hot springs, the Grand Prismatic Spring. Its rainbow colors pop in any picture. Arguably, one of the best scenic views is the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, where the waterfall drops into a canyon. You can capture this from Artist Point.

Closest Small City – Jackson, Wyoming. Closest Big City – Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Closest Airport – Jackson Hole Airport. Closest International Airport – Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport


Yosemite National Park

Say WAT – Located in central California, Yosemite was declared a national park in 1890, soon after Yellowstone, making it the third national park in the U.S.

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Size and Vibe: Yosemite spans over about 1,169 square miles of the central Sierra Nevada, a mountain range in eastern California. While most of the park is high country, two river valleys give this park the scenery that first inspired the government to make it a national park.

If you take a hike, you can see Yosemite’s well-known granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, and giant sequoia groves. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for wildlife, as the park is home to over 400 species including the Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep, mule deer, bobcat, and coyote.

Best time of year to goThe best time of year to visit Yosemite is from April to May. There are fewer crowds, precipitation is low, and temperatures are warm, but not blazing like the summer months. Waterfalls flow from melted snow and trails and roads begin to open again.

How many people per year – 4.59 million (2019)

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As Yosemite is 95% wilderness, you can only reach the majority of the park by foot or horse. It's no surprise that hiking, biking, and horseback riding are popular activities. You can also explore the park through tours, ranger programs, and by car. Put door activities range from water activities to stargazing, fishing, bird watching, and winter sports. It's also known as one of the world’s greatest rock climbing areas.

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The most iconic photo to take at Yosemite National Park captures El Capitan and Half Dome rock formations alongside Bridalveil Falls from an overlook called Tunnel View. Another top shot is Yosemite Falls. It is one of the highest falls in the world, pouring over 1,850-foot cliffs. You can get a bird’s eye view from Glacier Point.

Closest Small City – Merced, CA. Closest Big City Fresno, CA

Closest Airport – Merced Regional Airport. Closest International Airport – Fresno Yosemite International Airport

Grand Canyon National Park

Say WAT – Located in the northwest corner of Arizona, this iconic the Grand Canyon took some time to become a national park. It started in the 1880s with several failed bills and ended almost 40 years later. In 1919 it was finally granted national park status.

Park Points

Size and Vibe: Covering about 1,902 square miles, Grand Canyon National Park is 7,000 feet above sea level. It rests on the Colorado Plateau, straddling the Four Corner states of Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico.

While the canyons steal the spotlight, the park also encompasses other ecosystems such as forests, rare grasslands, scrublands, springs, and hidden cave systems. Because of the many ecosystems, the park is home to a diverse number of species. Mountain lions, snakes, scorpions, bald eagles, and canyon bats all have a home in the Grand Canyon.

Best time of year to go – March to May is considered the best time of year for a number of reasons. Springtime offers moderate temperatures compared to the summer, making it ideal for hiking. Crowds are a lot thinner, as they peak in the summer season for most national parks. The bloom of wildflowers in the canyon in spring makes it picture perfect.

How many people per year – 5.97 million (2019)

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The park is primarily undeveloped backcountry, which gives visitors hundreds of miles to explore. That's perfect as the most popular activity in the park is hiking. There are several ways to capture the abundance of beauty including a desert jeep tour, a bike ride, through ranger programs, helicopter tours, riding a train through the canyon, and hopping on a mule. Camping is big hit with visitors as is river rafting trips on the iconic Colorado River.

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You are hard pressed to take a bad pic anywhere. For top options, head to the South Rim. You can capture a classic Grand Canyon picture at Mather Point with an unobstructed view of Vishnu Temple and Zoroaster. A second selfie spot on the South Rim is at the Desert View Watchtower, where you can capture the river below the observation deck. On the North Rim, from the Colorado Plateau, you get see a 270-degree bend in the Colorado River, known as Horsehoe Bend. For photo nirvana, grab a bird’s eye view of the Grand Canyon from Point Imperial, the highest viewpoint at the park.

Closest Small City – Flagstaff, AZ. Closest Big CityPhoenix, AZ

Closest Airport – Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. Closest International Airport – Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport


Zion National Park

Say WAT – Zion National Park is located in southwestern Utah near the town of Springdale. Established in late 1919, it was Utah’s first national park.

Park Points

Size and Vibe: Significantly smaller than the previously noted parks, Zion National Park only spans about 229.1 square miles. The park occupies the high portion of the Colorado Plateau surrounded by colorful deep canyons, cliffs, and freestanding arches.

There are 291 bird species, 37 reptile and amphibian species, and 8 fish species that live in Zion National Park. The mountain lion, ringtail cat, peregrine falcon, western rattlesnake, and desert tortoise are just a few of these species.

Best time of year to go – Fall is the best season to visit Zion, as the free shuttle busses are running, there is less traffic, and no spring runoff. While spring brings milder temperatures similar to fall, the spring runoff makes hiking more difficult. There isn't necessarily a bad time to visit Zion, but fall is your best option.

How many people per year – 4.49 million (2019)

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Because of its geography, Zion is an adventurous oasis. Among the most challenging and fun are climbing and canyoneering along Zion’s many canyons. Top that off with a dip into whitewater trips, kayaking, and horseback riding. You can explore the park hiking, bicycling, backpacking, or through various ranger-led programs. For a more serene scene, camping, birding, and stargazing are always in vogue.

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Stunning selfies are well-earned in Zion. Your first photo hot spot is the Narrows, a narrow area where the Virgin River flows through the canyon. To get there, you have to trek through knee to waist-deep water. Your next spot, Angel’s Landing, involves some heavy trekking, but well worth the view. If you’re looking for a less challenging hike, make your way to the Canyon Overlook. It's a mere mile round-trip to the viewpoint.

Closest Small City – Saint George, UT. Closest Big City – Las Vegas, NV

Closest Airport – SGU Regional Airport. Closest International Airport – McCarran International Airport


Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Say WAT – The Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established in 1934 and is the most visited U.S. national park to date. The park straddles the border of North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Size and Vibe: Great Smoky Mountains National Park spans over about 800 square miles, spread evenly between Tennessee and North Carolina. Elevations vary greatly in the park, ranging from 875 feet above sea level to the highest peak of 6,643 feet above sea level.

While forests and mountains are obvious features of the park, wetlands and caves are also present in the park. As for wildlife, bobcats, elk, black bears, and salamanders are a few of the species seen.

Best time of year to go – Fall is by far the best time to visit. Summer crowds are gone and lodging rates drop considerably during this time. Also, the fall foliage is spectacular.

How many people per year – 12.55 million (2019)

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Biking, hiking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife viewing is what many visitors get into. In addition, history buffs can explore the historic buildings in the park, dating as far back as the early 1800s. Before being named a national park, this region was home to settlers who farmed and milled in its valleys.

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As the name implies, the Great Smoky Mountains are blanketed with a smoky haze that is mesmerizing in pictures. Clingman’s Dome is an observation tower and the highest point in the park. Cades Cove is one of the most popular spots in the park. It is a valley surrounded by mountains and used to be the location of a small settlement. Mount Le Conte is the third highest peak in the park and offers another great view of the iconic mountains.

Closest Small City – Maryville, TN. Closest Big City Knoxville, TN

Closest Airport – Asheville Regional Airport. Closest International Airport – McGhee Tyson Airport

Rocky Mountain National Park

Say WAT – Located in n north-central Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park was first acquired by the government in 1803. It was made a national park in 1915 with the Louisiana Purchase.

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Size and Vibe: With elevations ranging from 7,860 to 14,259 feet above sea level, this park is one of the highest parks in the U.S. It covers about 358 square miles of mountain lakes, evergreen forests, meadow valleys, and glaciers.

The park is an important habitat for many species of wildlife and acts as a haven to several endangered species. Moose, gray wolfs, tiger salamanders, and mountain chickadees all live in the park. As for endangered species, the park is a home for the Canada lynx, greenback cutthroat trout, Mexican spotted owl, and North American wolverine.

Best time of year to go – The best time to visit the park is during the summer from June to September when the snow is mostly melted and hiking trails and attractions are accessible. It's also the busiest time of year. Winter offers fewer crowds and snow activities.

How many people per year – 4.67 million (2019)

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Hiking is by far the most popular activity at Rocky Mountain. However, horseback riding, camping, and wildlife viewing are favored, as is fishing with the parks many lakes. If looking for a more leisurely approach, a scenic drive is always an option.

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Rocky Mountain contains approximately156 lakes, many of which make for great photos. Bear Lake, Dream Lake, and Emerald Lake are but a few of the top selfie spots. Adam Falls, a 55-foot waterfall, is another photo hot spot. Last, the Gore Range Overlook, off of Trail Ridge Road offers an unobstructed view of the mountains at 12,048 feet above sea level.

Closest City – Boulder, CO. Closest Big CityDenver, CO

Closest Airport – Cheyenne Regional Airport. Closest International Airport – Denver International Airport

Olympic National Park

Say WAT – Established in 1938, Olympic National Park rests on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula in the Pacific Northwest.

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Size and Vibe: Given its location, the park encompasses several different ecosystems and is home to a variety of wildlife. The park covers about 1,442 square miles of meadows, rocky alpine slopes, glacier-capped summits, coastline, and temperate rainforest.

Olympic is home to many animals on and off land. Just offshore, whales, dolphins, sea lions, and seals live in the Pacific Ocean. Inland, you find beavers, raccoons, Roosevelt Elk, mountain lions, bald eagles, and cougars.

Best time of year to go – The best time of year to visit the park is from July to August as many ranger-led activities and services are still open. There are also fewer chances of rain and temperatures are warmer.

How many people per year – 4.67 million (2019)

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A diverse landscape brings a wide range of activities. In and around the water, visitors enjoy boating, fishing, and tide pooling. Inland, you'll find plenty of people, hiking, backpacking, and camping. Due to the abundance of species, wildlife viewing is a big draw to the park.

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For shore shots, head to Rialto Beach to capture Little James Island and Ruby Beach at sunset. Cape Flattery is another stunning shore shot, capturing the most northwestern point in the U.S. Crescent Lake and Sol Duc Falls are also top spots. Last, head to Hoh Rain Forest for some selfies and some serious tree-hugging. The giant mossy trees and old-growth forests will make you feel like you slipped into a fairy tale.

Closest Small City – Port Angeles, WA. Closest Big CityTacoma, WA

Closest Airport – William R. Fairchild International Airport

Acadia National Park

Say WAT – In 1919, Acadia National Park became the first national park established east of the Mississippi River. Located primarily on Mount Desert Island in Maine, it originally was named Lafayette National Park. The park was then renamed in 1929.

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Size and Vibe: The sea and the mountains come together in this park, which covers 65 square miles of beaches, shorelines, forests, subtidal zones, lakes, mountains, and wetlands.

The park is known for its rock formations from a geologic history that persists from the forces of erosion today. The wildlife is abundant with approximately 40 mammal species, 330 bird species, 30 fish species, 7 reptiles, and 11 amphibians. Herons, dolphins, sea stars, skunks, and deer are but a few examples of those that call Acadia home.

Best time of year to go – Summer is the most popular time to visit, but fall is our best bet. The weather has not dropped below freezing yet, crowds are light, and there are fewer chances of rain.

How many people per year – 4.67 million (2019)

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Climbing, fishing, biking, hiking, and horseback riding are the favored activities in the park. Water-wise, there is plenty to do from boat cruises to swimming to tide pooling.

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There are several hot spots in the park. The most iconic image in the park is of the Bear Island Lighthouse. Constructed in 1889, this lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. If you’re not afraid to get a little wet, grab a quick pic of the seas crashing into the rocky shore at Thunder Hole. One of the most photographed pix is the view from Jordan Pond. Finally, you can capture Maine’s rocky shoreline at both Otter Cliff and Schoodic Point.

Closest Small City – Ellsworth, ME. Closest Big CityBangor, ME

Closest Airport – Bangor International Airport


Grand Teton National Park

Say WAT – Grand Teton took decades to establish. From the creation of the original park in 1929, to the later merging of that park, the Jackson Hole National Monument, and Rockefeller lands in 1950 to establish present-day Grand Teton National Park. This national treasure is located in the northwestern region of Wyoming.

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Size and Vibe: Grand Teton covers 485 square miles of a mixture of mountains, faults, glaciers, forests, rivers, lakes, and wetlands.

In the park, the Teton Range towers over the valley of Jackson Hole, providing epic scenery that draws millions of visitors to the region and the national park each year. Visitors are also drawn to the inhabitants of the park, which includes elk, bison, pronghorn, wolf, grizzly bear, and bighorn sheep.

Best time of year to go – The best time to visit the park is early fall when you can experience sunny days, clear nights, and low humidity. Temperatures are mild and the park is lit up by fall colors. Park services are still open before they begin their winter closing.

How many people per year – 3.41 million (2019)

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Adventurers are drawn to the park for rock climb and mountaineering. On land, visitors are keen to hike, bike, camp, and take in the wildlife. On water; boating, floating, and fishing are popular. The park also offers a scenic cruise on Jackson Lake, where visitors can enjoy a meal on the popular lake.

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The first iconic location, Snake River Overlook, was first made famous by Ansel Adams. At this overlook, visitors can view the Snake River flowing along the Teton Mountains. Oxbow Bend and Schwabacher Landing are both great locations to capture magnificent reflections of the mountains in the water. Finally, the last photo spot is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the national park. This spot provides an aerial view over Jenny Lake.

Closest Small City – Jackson, WY. Closest Big CityIdaho Falls, ID

Closest Airport – Jackson Hole Airport. Closest International Airport – Salt Lake City International Airport

Glacier National Park

Say WAT – Referred to as the “Crown of the Continent,” Glacier National Park was established in 1910. Like its nickname suggests, the park is located on the Canada-United States border in northwestern Montana.

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Size and Vibe: Glacier National Park expands over about 1,583 miles of forests, alpine meadows, lakes, rugged peaks, and glacial-carved valleys. All of these natural features have been sculpted and maintained because of the park’s iconic glaciers.

The park contains 25 “active” glaciers that move from thawing and melting. It has been predicted that two of the park’s largest glaciers would become inactive by 2003 due to increasing long-term temperatures. Glaciers aside, the park also works to protects many species of their wildlife as well. Western painted turtles, lynx, wolverines, bats, white-tailed deer, and moose are just a few examples of the species that live here.

Best time of year to go – The best time to visit Glacier National Park is during the warm summer. Most facilities are open, the shuttle service is running, and there are fewer road and trail closures. However, if you love snow activities like skiing and snowshoeing, winter might be a better choice.

How many people per year – 3.05 (2019)

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There is much to do in this national park. While best known for its various hiking trails of different difficulties, the park also offers backcountry camping, ranger programs, guided tours, and biking. Visitors also go for the boating, fishing, whitewater rafting, and scenic floats in the many lakes and rivers. In the winter, snowshoeing and skiing are popular activities.

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A visit to Glacier National Park is incomplete without a picture of a glacier! Grinnell Glacier is the most famous glacier in the park. Thanks to previous ice ages, the park is full of lakes and streams. Avalanche Gorge is a creek with crystal blue waters, and the trail leading to it is one of the most popular hikes in the park. Lake McDonald is right near the entrance of the park and offers distanced peaks above the lake filled with colorful rocks. Iceberg Lake is another hot spot for pix and is reached by a more strenuous hike. Finally, Hidden Lake Overlook accompanies one of the most popular hikes in the park providing great panoramic views of peaks at the end of of your trek.

Closest Small City – Columbia Falls, MT. Closest Big CityMissoula, MT

Closest Airport – Glacier International Airport

Mount Rainier National Park

Say WAT – Established in 1899, Mount Rainier was the fifth national park in the United States. The park is located in Washington State, southeast of Seattle.

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Size and Vibe: Mount Rainier covers roughly 369 square miles of valleys, meadows, old forests, and mountains. Within the park, five major rivers originate from Mount Rainier, the most glaciated peak in the U.S., and there are more than 100 waterfalls.

Perhaps the most notable geological feature is the large active stratovolcano, Mount Rainier. The most recent eruption cycle of the volcano ended about 1,000 years ago. The park also has 25 named glaciers and several unnamed snowfields. Different species of animals in the park are spotted during different seasons. Black-tailed deer and elk are abundant in the park. While mule deer and black-tailed deer are present year-round, marmots, chipmunks, chickadees, and pika are common to see in the summer. Fall is the best season to spot elk.

Best time of year to go – Head over to Mount Rainier in late summer around July and August. The wildflowers are at full bloom and the warm, dry weather provides optimal hiking conditions. All facilities are open.

How many people per year – 2.25 million (2019)

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Because of the many wildflowers, a popular activity is discovering the hundreds of species of wildflowers in the park. The park has over 275 miles on trails. So, explore Mount Rainier’s backcountry by hiking, camping, and climbing. Fishing, boating, and bicycling are other popular activities. Finally, Mount Rainier offers visitors the opportunity to volunteer in the park by maintaining trails, protecting meadows, researching owls, and more.

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Mount Rainier reflected in Tipsoo Lake is one of the most photographed spots in the country. Reflection Lake is another iconic spot to capture Mount Rainier’s reflection in a clear lake. Grand Park gives a different view of Mount Rainier, as the mountain is seen above a meadow of wildflowers. Narada Falls is also a popular tourist attraction because Mount Rainier Highway crosses the fall between its two tiers.

Closest Small City – Eatonville, WA. Closest Big CityTacoma, WA

Closest Airport – Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Joshua Tree National Park

Say WAT – Located in southern California, east of Los Angeles, Joshua Tree was first designated as a national monument in 1936. Joshua Tree National Park achieved national park status in 1994 under President Franklin Roosevelt.

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Size and Vibe: Joshua Tree spans over 1,235 square miles of southern California’s transverse mountain ranges, desert, flat valleys, oases, and pure wilderness. You will also find sand dunes and dry lakes in the park.

The Mojave and Colorado deserts converge here in Joshua Tree National Park. The western portion of the part lies in the Mojave Desert, while the Colorado Desert consumes the eastern and southern portions of the park. Temperatures can reach as high as 100 degrees in the summer. These hot temperatures are accompanied by desert animals such as snakes, kangaroo rats, coyotes, lynxes, black-tailed jackrabbits, and tarantulas.

Best time of year to go – Spring is by far the best time of year to visit this national park. Unlike the summer, spring does not come with scorching hot temperatures and offers good hiking or rock climbing weather. Additionally, the park’s wildflowers are in full bloom.

How many people per year – 3.00 million (2019)

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The park offers a treasure trove of outdoor adventurous activities. Rock climbing, horseback riding, hiking, biking, backpacking, and camping are big draws to the park as is yoga meditating and meandering.

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To admire the many rock formations in the park, head to Skull Rock and Arch Rock. These natural wonders are why people refer to Joshua Tree’s landscape as alien-like. Another must get picture stands at the merger of the Mojave and the Colorado Desert within the park. A unique concentration of cholla cacti makes up the Cholla Cactus Garden. For a higher view of the park, make your way to Keys View, the park’s highest point. Finally, a visit to Joshua Tree National Park is incomplete without a selfie next to a Joshua Tree.

Closest Small City – Indio, CA. Closest Big CityLos Angeles, CA

Closest Airport – Palm Springs International Airport

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Say WAT – Established in 1916, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was designated an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980 and a World Heritage Site in 1987. The park is on Hawaii Island, the Big Island of Hawaii.

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Size and Vibe: Covering about 505 square miles, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park features many volcano creations such as lava tubes, lava trees and tree molds, sear arches, pit craters, and steam vents. The national park encompasses two active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa.

Kilauea is one of the world’s most active volcanoes, last erupting in 2018. As for Mauna Loa, it is the largest active volcano on the planet and takes up about 51% of Hawaii Island while standing 13,678 feet above sea level. The park is home to a number of endangered species. The nene, Hawaiian petrel, hawksbill turtle, and Mauna Loa silversword are a few of them. You can also find green sea turtles, humpback whales, bats, and honeycreepers at the park.

Best time of year to go – The best time of year to visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is during the spring or fall. The weather is pleasant and it is outside the peak season of summer. However, if you planning a visit, it is important to pay attention to any alerts for seismic activity.

How many people per year – 1.12 million (2018)

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Because of the high value of Hawaii National Park, most activities revolve around appreciating its beauty and features. Explore the park and its features with a Crater Rim Drive tour, lava tube walkthrough, lava viewing, helicopter tour, and ranger programs. You can also go hiking, backcountry hiking, and volunteer to maintain the park’s natural beauty.

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Kilauea and Mauna Loa have created unique features in the park that make for great photos. Firstly, the famous Thurston Lava Tube is a subterranean cave formed from ancient flowing lava. Next, stop at Kilauea Iki Crater Lava Lake. This is a solid lava lake that became famous for its eruption in 1959, creating a lava fountain reaching 1,900 feet. To get a better view of the lava-created park, Kealakomo Overlook is the perfect spot, providing a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and the vast lava field. Finally, take a picture by a volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Head to Kilauea Caldera Overlook where you can see the magnitude of Kilauea’s caldera, which is about 2 miles wide and 3 miles long.

Closest Small City – Volcano, HI. Closest Big City Hilo, HI

Closest Airport – Hilo International Airport


PS - If interested in hitting the national parks with WAT, drop us a line. Pre-pandemic, we released a WAT Weekender series, which included GLAMP-O-Rama. We had tow trips planned for Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.


You can check out our Grand Canyon trip or our Yellowstone trips, both on the site. We will be updating both trips with new dates. In the interim, please send an email to express interest and save a spot as it is an intimate trip.


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Written by Samantha Miller

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