Statistics for Name a valid national park

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  • This quiz has been taken 185 times
  • The average score is 12 of 15

Answer Stats

Hint Answer % Correct
Starts with YYellowstone, Yosemite
98%
Bigger than DelawareEverglades, Kobuk Valley, Yellowstone, Lake Clark, Etc.
90%
On the Colorado RiverArches, Canyonlands, Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain
88%
On the Atlantic OceanAcadia, Biscayne, Dry Tortugas, Everglades, Etc.
87%
Named for a plantJoshua Tree, Redwood, Saguaro, Sequoia
83%
On the Pacific OceanAmerican Samoa, Channel Islands, Glacier Bay, Haleakala, Etc.
79%
In ColoradoBlack Canyon of the Gunnison, Great Sand Dunes, Mesa Verde, Rocky Mountain
79%
Whose name is in a language other than EnglishCongaree, Denali, Haleakala, Mesa Verde, Etc.
77%
Named for a personBryce Canyon, Lake Clark, Lassen Volcanic, Theodore Roosevelt, Etc.
75%
Containing the highest point in its stateDenali, Guadalupe Mountains, Mount Rainier, Sequoia
75%
Containing the word “cave” or “cavern”Carlsbad Caverns, Mammoth Cave, Wind Cave
74%
Inaccessible by carChannel Islands, Isle Royale, Gates of the Arctic, Katmai, Etc.
69%
With fewer than 170000 visitors in 2017Great Basin, Congaree, Wrangell St. Elias, Dry Tortugas, Etc.
66%
On the Appalachian TrailGreat Smoky Mountains, Shenandoah
63%
Dedicated after 2000Gateway Arch, Pinnacles, Congaree, Great Sand Dunes, Etc.
50%

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