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National Park Sites of California on a Map

California has the most National Park Service sites of any state. With the help of a map, how many can you guess?
source: https://www.nps.gov/state/ca/index.htm
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Last updated: November 30, 2021
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National Parks
Channel Islands
Death Valley
Joshua Tree
Kings Canyon
Lassen Volcanic
Pinnacles
Redwood
Sequoia
Yosemite
National Monuments
Cabrillo
Castle Mountains
Cesar E. Chavez
Devils Postpile
Lava Beds
Muir Woods
Tule Lake
National Historic Sites
Eugene O'Neil
Fort Point
John Muir
Manzanar
Port Chicago Naval Magazine
Rosie The Riveter WWII Home Front
San Francisco Maritime
National Recreation Areas
Golden Gate
Santa Monica Mountains
Whiskeytown
National Preserves
Mojave
National Seashores
Point Reyes
3 Comments
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Level 74
Nov 30, 2021
Great map! I realize technically only the Whiskeytown section of Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity is run by the NPS, but as far as I know the entire site is known as "Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area". It's also more commonly known by the latter two of those, and it'd be great if you could accept all three.

and Bah! I typed San Francisco Marine instead of Maritime. so close.

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Level 76
Nov 15, 2023
dont love how Muir gives you one type in but not the other
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Level 65
Nov 17, 2023
muir refers to a person in one but a forest in the other