how many (US) national parks have you been to?

Daniel J. Matyola danmatyola at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 16:09:09 EDT 2009


Well, including national historical sites, national monuments, etc:

Acadia
Alcatracz
Anacostia
Appalacian Trail
Arches
Badlands
Biscayne
Blue Ridge
Bryce
Canaveral
Canyonlands
Cape Cod
Cape Hattaras
Carlsbad
Castle Clinton
Death Vallyey
Delaware Water Gap
Denali
Devil's Tower
Edison
Eisenhower
Ellis Island
Everglades
Fire Island
Ford's Theater
Fort McHenry
Gateway
Glacier
Glen Canyon
Golden Gate
Grand Teton
Great Egg Harbor
Great Smokey Mts
Gulf Islands
Haleakala
Hawaii Volcanoes
Indiana Dunes
JD Rockefeller Memorial Pky
Joshua Tree
Katmai
Kenai Fjords
Lake Meade
Lower Delaware
Manassas
Manhattan Sites
Mesa Verde
Minuteman
Morristown
Mount Ranier
Mount Rushmore
Muir Woods
National Capital Parks
National Mall
Natural Bridges
NJ Coastal Heritage Trail
NJ Pinelands
New Orleans Jazz
Niagra Falls
Olympic
Petrified Forest
Point Reyes
Presidio
Pu`uhonua O Honaunau
Puukohola Heiau
Rainbow Bridge
Redwood
Rocky Mountain
Saguaro
Saint Gaudens
Salem Maritime
San Antonio Missions
San Francisco Maritime
San Juan Historical
Saratoga
Schuylkill River Valley
Sequoia
Shenandoah
Statue of Liberty
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt Island
Valley Forge
Viet Nam Memorial
Wolf Trap
Wright Brothers
Yellowstone
Yosemite
Yuma Crossing
Zion



On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 11:43 AM, ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
> Are any of you guys watching Ken Burns's thing on the National parks?   I'm
> liking it more and more
> but thought the first show was the weakest and may have put people off the
> series...
>
> And relative to that, how many National Parks have you been to? Possibly
> some from the other side of the Pond
> have more on their list than some of  us who live here...
>
> I checked off  40 of the reported 58 though I think there might be more that
> I visited before they were made into parks.
> (Great Basin, for one)
>
> ann
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