7 Less Traveled US National Parks You Should Hit Up in 2023
Many tourists come to America specifically for the national parks and the land’s natural beauty.
Here’s a list of seven national parks that you should absolutely try to visit in 2023. If you can’t visit all of them, at least try to make it to one of them!
Death Valley holds the world record for the highest temperature ever recorded at 134°F (56.7°C).
Death Valley National Park, California
If you’re not used to the heat, I highly suggest traveling to Death Valley during the fall or winter months when the sun isn’t trying to kill you.
Great Basin National Park is a great choice in the summer and fall for those that like hiking peaks, exploring caves, or stargazing at night.
National Park, Nevada
Mesa Verde has great trails, beautiful views, and a rich history to explore. You can tour the ancient cliff dwellings of the Puebloan people.
Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
If you want to see something that looks like it’s out of science fiction, the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado is a must-see.
Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado
This is an old volcano, and the lake was formed when the caldera caved in over seven thousand years ago. The result is the deepest lake in the United States.
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
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