US National Parks by Google Maps Description

Can you guess these American National Parks just by the description given from Google Maps?
As of October 29th, 2020
Quiz by rg1227
Last updated: October 29, 2020
First submittedOctober 29, 2020
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Renowned park since 1872 is home to mountains, animals & the world's largest collection of geysers.
183,224-acre park containing America's deepest lake, striking geologic features & a historic lodge.
Crater Lake
Tropical wetlands offering up-close views of gators, crocs, birds & more plus a 2-hour tram tour.
263,000-acre wilderness around Washington's highest peak encompassing wildflower meadows & glaciers.
Mount Rainier
This 6 million-acre park with wildlife & tours is home to the nation’s highest peak.
Blue Ridge park encompassing 200,000 acres of forest, trails, waterfalls & Skyline Drive vistas.
Besides tours & trails in the world’s longest cave, this park with 2 rivers offers camping & hiking.
Mammoth Cave
Designated as wilderness, this archipelago offers hiking, kayaking & scuba diving in Lake Superior.
Isle Royale
Mostly water, this remote park features abundant marine & bird life plus a 19th-century fort.
Dry Tortugas
Scenic views, hiking trails & picnic areas are offered at this home of the country's largest cacti.
Curved, 630-ft. monument celebrating US western expansion, with views from the top & a museum.
Gateway Arch
Vast national park with over 3.4 million acres of desert & mountains for hiking, camping & biking.
Death Valley
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