U.S. National Parks by Density

Name the U.S. National Parks that have the most annual visitors relative to their size
Excluding Gateway Arch and Indiana Dunes National Parks, which were not yet national parks when these statistics were taken (2017).
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Last updated: February 18, 2019
First submittedMay 28, 2018
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Annual visitors per square kilometer
Park
69,405
Hot Springs
17,736
Bryce Canyon
17,670
Acadia
16,896
Cuyahoga Valley
8,264
Haleakala
7,561
Zion
Annual visitors per square kilometer
Park
5,363
Great Smoky Mountains
5,032
Virgin Islands
4,960
Arches
4,509
Wind Cave
4,125
Rocky Mountain
2,890
Mesa Verde
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Level 82
May 28, 2018
If it had been included, Gateway Arch National Park would have wiped the floor with the rest of these suckers, coming in at 1,747,735 annual visitors per square kilometer.
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Level 72
Oct 21, 2018
Please accept "bryce" for "bryce canyon", since pretty much everyone calls it that.
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Level 82
Oct 21, 2018
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