Among the most visited American national parks is the Great Smoky Mountains in first place, followed by Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain and Zion.
American national parks are one of the main attractions to see during a journey to discover the American territory. I am beautiful places, full of charm and with unique landscapes.
Il National Park System, the agency of the federal government of the United States, is not concerned with protecting and managing only the natural parks, but also i places of historical and landscape importance which have great national importance, such as the whole area surrounding the Golden Gate.
Do you want to know which are the most visited American national parks? Here is the latest updated ranking of the 10 most visited American national parks drawn up on the basis of the number of annual visitors, but also the most visited places protected and managed by the National Park System.
The 10 American National Parks most visited
1. Great Smoky Mountains NP - 11,4 million visitors
2. Grand Canyon NP - 6,3 million visitors
3. Rocky Mountain NP - 4,5 million visitors
4. Zion NP - 4,3 million visitors
5. Yellowstone NP - 4,1 million visitors
6. Yosemite NP - 4 million visitors
7. Acadia NP - 3,5 million visitors
8. Grand Teton NP - 3,4 million visitors
9. Olympic NP - 3,1 million visitors
10. Glacier NP - 2,9 million visitors
The 10 most visited places in the National Park System
1. Golden Gate National Recreation Area - 15,2 million visitors
2. Blue Ridge Parkway - 14,6 million visitors
3. Great Smoky Mountains National Park - 11,4 million visitors
4. Gateway National Recreation Area - 9,2 million visitors
5. Lincoln Memorial - 7,8 million visitors
6. Lake Mead National Recreation Area - 7,5 million visitors
7. George Washington Memorial Parkway - 7,2 million visitors
8. Grand Canyon National - 6,3 million visitors
9. Natchez Trace Parkway - 6,3 million visitors
10. Vietnam Veterans Memorial - 4,7 million visitors
If you want to visit the American national parks, theAnnual Pass, which allows you to access all parks and places protected and managed by the National Park System.