U.S. National Parks by Low Density

Name the U.S. National Parks that have the fewest annual visitors relative to their size
Excluding parks with fewer than 100,000 annual visitors, primarily because I think this makes the quiz more interesting.
For reference, those excluded parks are: Gates of the Arctic, Kobuk Valley, Lake Clark, Isle Royale, North Cascades, Katmai, Dry Tortugas, Wrangell-St. Elias, and American Samoa.
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Last updated: May 28, 2018
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Annual visitors per square kilometer
Park
34
Denali
42
Glacier Bay
95
Death Valley
112
Kenai Fjords
136
Big Bend
167
Everglades
Annual visitors per square kilometer
Park
269
Voyageurs
371
Kings Canyon
380
Channel Islands
458
Yellowstone
538
Great Basin
543
Canyonlands
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May 28, 2018
Stats for excluded parks:

American Samoa 2,080

Dry Tortugas 207

North Cascades 15

Isle Royale 12

Katmai 2.5

Kobuk Valley 2.2

Lake Clark 2.1

Wrangell-St. Elias 2.0

Gates of the Arctic 0.4