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U.S. National Parks Map Quiz

Click the name of each highlighted national park on the map.
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Click Park:
Acadia
Badlands
Big Bend
Carlsbad Caverns
Congaree
Crater Lake
Cuyahoga Valley
Death Valley
Everglades
Glacier
Gr. Smoky Mountains
Grand Canyon
Hot Springs
Isle Royale
Joshua Tree
Mammoth Cave
Olympic
Rainier
Redwood
Rocky Mountain
Shenandoah
Yellowstone
Yosemite
Zion
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level 44
Aug 1, 2013
Wow I got 100%! It helps that I've been to so many of them :) I wasn't sure about several of the others though. They were educated guesses, but I got lucky getting all of them.
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level 64
Aug 2, 2013
Nice, but they're missing plenty, like Voyageurs, Sequoia, and plenty in Utah, to name a few. I'm sorry if the omissions are due to space constraints, but, otherwise, it needs to be updated.
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level ∞
Aug 2, 2013
You are correct that we are not including all parks due to space constraints. This quiz is already hard enough!
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level 12
Sep 17, 2013
There are 59 US national parks, that would make a nice challenge quiz as long as there is plenty of time :)
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level 76
Sep 13, 2013
Got all west of the Mississippi without even trying... course, I've been to all west of the Mississippi, so that probably helped :). In the east, I only knew Acadia, Shenandoah and the Everglades.
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level 67
Nov 4, 2013
100% with 2:16 left. I love our national parks so this was pretty easy for me!
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level 34
Feb 11, 2014
A lot of the western parks are awesome but Mammoth Cave is out of this world.
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level 47
Aug 20, 2016
Or under this world
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level 54
Oct 2, 2014
Would like to see a puzzle with all of the national parks
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level 67
Nov 26, 2014
100% with 2:27 left. as far as adding more I think you would have to make the map bigger as so many parks are close to one another. it would be more challenging than the current one but I understand it might be difficult to create.
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level 45
Feb 5, 2015
i've been to 11 of those mentioned and i'm only 32 years old!
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level 50
Nov 25, 2015
I wish you would put Great Sand Dunes on here. They are on a quarter, after all.
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level 56
Jan 26, 2016
Got them all, but had to guess on the last 2 Big Bend and Congaree.
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level 47
Aug 20, 2016
I'm surprised Yosemite only has 62% - when you go there, it seems like all 7 billion other people are also there!
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level 21
Mar 11, 2017
Woohoo, 100% with 2:14 remaining!!!!
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level 72
Aug 3, 2017
The reason I'm late taking this quiz is because we were on a four-week driving trip visiting many of these. Amazing, awesome, wondrous places, all of them. We visited Rocky Mountain, camped in Redwood, then drove to Crater Lake, Olympic, Glacier, and Yellowstone from this list plus went to Great Sand Dunes and sandboarded on the dunes, visited Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse, also drove through Grand Tetons and went to several national monuments and historic sites - Golden Spike, Little Big Horn, Lewis & Clark's Ft. Clatsop and Cape Disappointment, Bonneville Salt Flats, Wounded Knee, Headwaters of the Missouri River, got surrounded by a running bison herd on Antelope Island in Great Salt Lake, - the granddaughters were running out of places to put their national park passport stamps. We also went to DeSmet, SD and saw the setting for many of the Laura ingalls Wilder Little House books. Fantastic trip and we met some wonderful people along the way.
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level 69
Aug 10, 2017
Wow, that sounds awesome, ander217! I can attest to the awesomeness of being in the midst of a bison herd. Was surrounded by them on a drive through Custer National Park, near Mt. Rushmore. Spectacular!!!
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level 40
Aug 11, 2017
If you haven't been to Isle Royale I'd highly recommend it. Neat landscape and there is a 19th century copper mine. Also some great hiking and camping.
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