Avoid the crowds at these amazing & little-known national parks
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Avoid the crowds at these amazing & little-known national parks

Mediafeed Logo By Matt Miczulski of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 22: Need to get out of the house, but flying isn't an option right now? You may want to consider hopping in your car for a national park road trip. The U.S. is home to more than 400 national park sites. From battlefields to memorials to preserves to parks, these sites span more than 85 million acres across all 50 states. That means there are plenty of places you can visit while still practicing social distancing. Plus, entrance fees to all national parks have been waived for the time being. Related: You’re probably overspending on these 6 monthly bills If you’re for looking places to visit where you can scratch that travel itch while still avoiding the crowds, we’ve got the list for you. In 2019, the most-visited national park site was Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which had 15 million recreational visitors. The most visited destination on our list saw only 232,974 visitors.Here are nine frequently overlooked national parks where you can avoid the crowds.

Here are 9 of the least-visited national parks you’re going to want to visit

Need to get out of the house, but flying isn't an option right now? You may want to consider hopping in your car for a national park road trip

The U.S. is home to more than 400 national park sites. From battlefields to memorials to preserves to parks, these sites span more than 85 million acres across all 50 states. That means there are plenty of places you can visit while still practicing social distancing. Plus, entrance fees to all national parks have been waived for the time being.

Related: You’re probably overspending on these 6 monthly bills

If you’re for looking places to visit where you can scratch that travel itch while still avoiding the crowds, we’ve got the list for you. In 2019, the most-visited national park site was Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which had 15 million recreational visitors. The most visited destination on our list saw only 232,974 visitors.

Here are nine frequently overlooked national parks where you can avoid the crowds.

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