All 419 US National Park Sites on a Map

Can you name all 419 US national park sites? Spoiler: You cannot.
Dots are shown in the geographic center of sites, or the midpoint of long sites like trails
The 61 National Parks are colored blue
This quiz was not really meant to be taken by humans
Quiz by MiracleMax
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Last updated: April 27, 2020
First submittedJuly 10, 2019
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Historical Park
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace
Adams
Appomattox Courthouse
Blackstone River Valley
Boston
C & O Canal
Cane River Creole
Cedar Creek and Belle Grove
Chaco Culture
Colonial
Cumberland Gap
Dayton Aviation Heritage
First State
Fort Sumter & Fort Moultrie
George Rogers Clark
Golden Spike
Harper's Ferry
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad
Hopewell Culture
Independence
Jean Lafitte
Kalaupapa
Kaloko-Honokohau
Keweenaw
Klondike Gold Rush
Lewis and Clark
Lowell
Lyndon B. Johnson
Manhattan Project
Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller
Minute Man
Morristown
Natchez
New Bedford Whaling
New Orleans Jazz
Nez Perce
Ocmulgee Mounds
Palo Alto Battlefield
Paterson Great Falls
Pecos
Pu'uhonua O Honaunau
Reconstruction Era
Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front
Saint-Gaudens
Salt River Bay
San Antonio Missions
San Francisco Maritime
San Juan Island
Saratoga
Sitka
Thomas Edison
Tumacacori
Valley Forge
War in the Pacific
Women's Rights
 
National Park
Acadia
Arches
Badlands
Big Bend
Biscayne
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Bryce Canyon
Canyonlands
Capitol Reef
Carlsbad Caverns
Channel Islands
Congaree
Crater Lake
Cuyahoga Valley
Death Valley
Denali
Dry Tortugas
Everglades
Gates of the Arctic
Gateway Arch
Glacier Bay
Glacier
Grand Canyon
Grand Teton
Great Basin
Great Sand Dunes
Great Smoky Mountains
Guadalupe Mountains
Haleakala
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hot Springs
Indiana Dunes
Isle Royale
Joshua Tree
Katmai
Kenai Fjords
Kings Canyon
Kobuk Valley
Lake Clark
Lassen Volcanic
Mammoth Cave
Mesa Verde
Mount Rainier
American Samoa
North Cascades
Olympic
Petrified Forest
Pinnacles
Redwood
Rocky Mountain
Saguaro
Sequoia
Shenandoah
Theodore Roosevelt
Virgin Islands
Voyageurs
White Sands
Wind Cave
Wrangell-St. Elias
Yellowstone
Yosemite
Zion
National Monument
African Burial Grounds
Agate Fossil Beds
Alibates Flint Quarries
Aniakchak
Aztec Ruins
Bandelier
Belmont-Paul Women's Equality
Birmingham Civil Rights
Booker T. Washington
Buck Island Reef
Cabrillo
Camp Nelson Heritage
Canyon de Chelly
Cape Krusenstern
Capulin Volcano
Casa Grande Ruins
Castillo de San Marcos
Castle Clinton
Castle Mountains
Cedar Breaks
Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers
Chiricahua
Colorado
Craters of the Moon
Cesar E. Chavez
Devils Postpile
Devils Tower
Dinosaur
Effigy Mounds
El Malpais
El Morro
Florissant Fossil Beds
Fort Frederica
Fort Matanzas
Fort McHenry
Fort Monroe
Fort Pulaski
Fort Stanwix
Fort Union
Fossil Butte
Freedom Riders
George Washington Birthplace
George Washington Carver
Gila Cliff Dwellings
Governor's Island
Grand Portage
Hagerman Fossil Beds
Hohokam Pima
Homestead
Hovenweep
Jewel Cave
John Day Fossil Beds
Katahdin Woods and Waters
Lava Beds
Little Bighorn Battlefield
Montezuma Castle
Muir Woods
Natural Bridges
Navajo
Oregon Caves
Organ Pipe Cactus
Petroglyph
Pipe Spring
Pipestone
Poverty Point
Pullman
Rainbow Bridge
Russell Cave
Salinas Pueblo Missions
Scotts Bluff
Statue of Liberty
Stonewall
Sunset Crater Volcano
Timpanogos Cave
Tonto
Tule Lake
Tule Springs Fossil Beds
Tuzigoot
Virgin Islands Coral Reef
Waco Mammoth
Walnut Canyon
Wupatki
Yucca House
 
Wild River
Alagnak
 
Recreation Area
Amistad
Big South Fork
Bighorn Canyon
Boston Harbor Islands
Chattahoochee River
Chickasaw
Curecanti
Delaware Water Gap
Gateway
Gauley River
Glen Canyon
Golden Gate
Lake Chelan
Lake Mead
Lake Meredith
Lake Roosevelt
Ross Lake
Santa Monica Mountains
Whiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity
Battlefield
Antietam
Big Hole
Brices Crossroads
Cowpens
Fort Donelson
Fort Necessity
Kennesaw Mountain
Manassas
Monocacy
Moores Creek
Petersburg
Richmond
River Raisin
Stones River
Tupelo
Wilson's Creek
 
Historic Site
Allegheny Portage Railroad
Andersonville
Andrew Johnson
Bent's Old Fort
Boston African American
Brown V. BOE
Carl Sandburg Home
Carter G. Woodson Home
Charles Pinckney
Christiansted
Clara Barton
Edgar Allen Poe
Eisenhower
Eleanor Roosevelt
Eugene O'Neill
First Ladies
Ford's Theatre
Fort Bowie
Fort Davis
Fort Laramie
Fort Larned
Fort Point
Fort Raleigh
Fort Scott
Fort Smith
Fort Union Trading Post
Fort Vancouver
Frederick Douglass
Frederick Law Olmsted
Friendship Hill
Grant-Kohrs Ranch
Hampton
Harry S. Truman
Herbert Hoover
Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Honouliuli
Hopewell Furnace
Hubbell Trading Post
James A. Garfield
Jimmy Carter
John F. Kennedy
John Muir
Knife River Indian Villages
Lincoln Home
Little Rock Central High School
Longfellow House / Washington's Headquarters
Maggie L. Walker
Manzanar
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Van Buren
Mary McLeod Bethune Council House
Minidoka
Minuteman Missile
Nicodemus
Ninety Six
Pennsylvania Avenue
President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home
Pu'ukohola Heiau
Sagamore Hill
Saint Paul's Church
Salem Maritime
San Juan
Sand Creek Massacre
Saugus Iron Works
Springfield Armory
Steamtown
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural
Thomas Stone
Tuskeegee Airmen
Tuskeegee Institute
Ulysses S. Grant
Vanderbilt Mansion
Washita Battlefield
Weir Farm
Whitman Mission
William Howard Taft
 
Preserve
Aniakchak
Bering Land Bridge
Big Cypress
Big Thicket
Craters of the Moon
Denali
Gates of the Arctic
Glacier Bay
Great Sand Dunes
Katmai
Lake Clark
Little River Canyon
Mojave
Noatak
Tallgrass Prairie
Timucuan
Valles Caldera
Wrangell-St. Elias
Yukon Charley Rivers
Lakeshore
Apostle Islands
Pictured Rocks
Sleeping Bear Dunes
 
Scenic Trail
Appalachian
 
Memorial
Arkansas Post
Arlington House Robert E. Lee
Chamizal
Coronado
De Soto
Federal Hall
Flight 93
Fort Caroline
Franklin D. Roosevelt
General Grant
Hamilton Grange
Johnstown Flood
Korean War Veterans
Lincoln Boyhood
Lincoln
Lyndon Baines Johnson Grove
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mount Rushmore
Pearl Harbor
Perry's Victory / International Peace
Port Chicago Naval Magazine
Roger Williams
Thaddeus Kosciuszko
Thomas Jefferson
Vietnam Veterans
World War I
World War II
Wright Brothers
 
Seashore
Assateague Island
Canaveral
Cape Cod
Cape Hatteras
Cape Lookout
Cumberland Island
Fire Island
Gulf Islands
Padre Island
Point Reyes
 
Parkway
Blue Ridge
George Washington Memorial
John D. Rockefeller
Natchez Trace
 
Scenic river
Bluestone
 
River
Buffalo
Great Egg Harbor
Middle Delaware
Mississippi
Missouri
New River Gorge
Niobrara
Obed
Ozark Riverways
Rio Grande
Saint Croix
Upper Delaware
 
Other
Catoctin Mountain
Constitution Gardens
Fort Washington
Greenbelt
National Capital Parks
National Mall
Piscataway
Prince William Forest
Rock Creek
Saint Croix Island
Theodore Roosevelt Island
Washington Monument
White House and President's Park
Wolf Trap
 
Military Park
Chickamauga and Chattanooga
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania
Gettysburg
Guilford Courthouse
Horseshoe Bend
Kings Mountain
Pea Ridge
Shiloh
Vicksburg
 
Reserve
City of Rocks
 
Historical Reserve
Ebeys Landing
 
Trail
Natchez Trace
Potomac Heritage
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Level 76
Sep 27, 2019
Great quiz, although, even if I could memorize all these I would never be able to type them all. I know this had to take a lot of work to create but I don't understand why some answers have to be completely typed out while others accept short versions. Some plurals require the "s" while others don't. You accept FDR and MLK, but not JFK.
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Level 68
Sep 27, 2019
All of those are simply oversights on my part. I've gone back to fix the ones you've mentioned, but there are probably dozens of other type-in inconsistencies that neither you nor I noticed.
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Level 63
Mar 24, 2020
tried for the first time and got 228, maybe will try again since I ran out of time and not ran out of ones I could remember. I think I could probably name closer to 300 of them. I'd love an option without a time limit to see.
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Level 68
Mar 24, 2020
Noted. I've bumped the time up to one hour.
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Level 63
Mar 24, 2020
Phenomenal! I was honestly just about to look to try and make a quiz for this on my own but decided to scour the site to see if there was one exactly like this! Thank you!
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Level 63
Mar 26, 2020
I'm actively challenging the instructions that someone won't be able to do this :P I'm up to 371 of them on the 3rd go around. Two minor things, one is missile for Minuteman Missile in South Dakota is missing the second i and could you accept St. for Saint, for ones like Saint Croix, if not, no biggie, just makes sense though.
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Level 68
Apr 21, 2020
Fixed. Thanks!
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Level 62
Apr 21, 2020
I missed 37 parks I've actually visited ... and two that I've worked at (shame). Being an NPS junkie, I think I could get 100% on this eventually. 83% on first try is a good start!
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Level 62
Apr 27, 2020
I've taken this quiz two more times, and am over 400 now. One thing I noticed the last time I took the quiz is that the dot for Constitution Gardens is in the wrong place. I wracked my brain trying to think of what NPS unit could be at that location, only to find out at the end that dot represents Constitution Gardens. That site is actually in the heart of Washington D.C., basically on the National Mall, not in Maryland northwest of the district.
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Level 68
Apr 27, 2020
Well, somewhat spectacularly, you're right. It, along with a few other Maryland dots were wrong, most notably including the C&O Canal historic park. They've been corrected. Also, over 400 is a truly insane score. My best is about half of that, and I consider myself a National Parks nerd.
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Level 62
May 11, 2020
Took this quiz for the 6th time (I wasn't doing a new try for a few days each time to let info sink in) and finally got 100%! We'll put a little * next to it though. I remembered Pu`uhonua O H┼Źnaunau, but kept butchering spelling and looked it up.