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U.S. States with the Most National Parks

Which states have at least three National Parks within their territory?
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U.S. State
9
California
8
Alaska
5
Utah
4
Colorado
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U.S. State
3
Arizona
3
Florida
3
Washington
14 Comments
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Level 18
Jul 16, 2018
Wow, I live in Florida and I thought the Everglades were the only National Park here. I learned something today.
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Level 61
Sep 5, 2023
Lol same here.
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Level 72
Sep 5, 2023
The only other one I know of is Dry Tortugas NP, but apparently there's another called Biscayne NP
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Level 42
Nov 20, 2021
In Georgia, we have MULTIPLE National parks.
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Level 81
Aug 1, 2023
Georgia has several sites that are administered by the National Park Service, including monuments and historic sites, but it has no “National Parks”.
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Level 42
Nov 20, 2021
But I'll give you a pass on this. Due to the fact that I don't know if you mean only one thing, but Georgia has MULTIPLE National Parks.
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Level 67
Aug 1, 2023
Georgia has multiple National Park Service sites, but no National Parks. Almost every state (maybe every state except Rhode Island?) has 3 or more NPS sites, but National Parks are a more specific designation.
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Level 59
Aug 1, 2023
May I make a spanish translation?
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Level 42
Sep 5, 2023
Meanwhile tiny little Tasmania having 19 national parks... (though one is entirely inaccessible and one is practically inaccessible, reducing the number to 17).
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Level 71
Sep 5, 2023
In the U.S., the majority of national park preserves and protected lands aren't national parks, but national areas of a different type (national historic parks, national monuments, national historic sites, wild and scenic rivers, etc.). For example, Oregon has one national park (Crater Lake) but 10 protected parklands that are part of the national park system. Is the ratio similar in Australia? So would I assume there's 190 other national park sites in Tasmania? Or do they structure things differently? If it's different, it might not be that meaningful to compare directly.
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Level 67
Sep 6, 2023
38 seconds used
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Level 60
Sep 10, 2023
I was exactly one second slower.
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Level 33
Sep 17, 2023
how are only 38% of people doing as well as i dad? Also i live in CALIFORNIA
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Level 60
Nov 21, 2023
West coast = best coast