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U.S National Park by Fact

Guess which U.S national park each fact applies to
Choose one of the four national parks in each question.
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1. This National Park spans both California and Nevada
Great Basin
Death Valley
Lake Clark
Lassen Volcanic
2. This National Park is the most visited in the United States
Yosemite
Shenandoah
Everglades
Great Smoky Mountains
Usually hosts over 10 million people a year
3. This National Park has no trails or visitor services
Gates of the Arctic
Glacier Bay
Katmai
Mount Rainier
4. This National Park is named after a Hebrew word
Haleakalā
Biscayne
Congaree
Zion
Zion means ‘Land of peace and relaxation’ in Hebrew
5. This National Park is home to the longest cave system in the world
Wind Cave
Carlsbad Caverns
Mammoth Cave
Canyonlands
Mammoth Cave is over 400 miles long
6. This National Park in 2010 had a man killed by a mountain goat
Olympic
Crater Lake
Kobuk Valley
Pinnacles
7. This National Park is the only one to close during winter months
Voyageurs
Isle Royale
Rocky Mountain
Kenai Fjords
Due to Michigan’s harsh winters it is hard to get to the island
8. This National Park is the oldest east of the Mississippi river
Cuyahoga Valley
Acadia
Theodore Roosevelt
Hot Springs
Established in 1916
9. This National Park is the only one south of the equator
Hawaii Volcanoes
Virgin Islands
Dry Tortugas
American Samoa
10. This National Park was a filming location for Spielberg’s 1982 film E.T
Saguaro
Sequoia
Redwood
Capitol Reef
11. This National Park was established in 2020
Indiana Dunes
New River Gorge
Joshua Tree
Pinnacles
12. This National Park is home to numerous ruins of villages and dwellings built by the Ancestral Puebloan peoples
Mount Rainier
Kings Canyon
Haleakalā
Mesa Verde
13. This National Park is home to African Oryx (a subspecies of Antelope)
Great Sand Dunes
Saguaro
White Sands
Crater Lake
Originally 93 were imported from the Kalahari Desert and set free between 1969 and 1977
14. This National Park borders Canada
Glacier Bay
Denali
Grand Teton
Katmai
15. This National Park is home to the most glaciers in the lower 48 states
Guadalupe Mountains
Rocky Mountain
North Cascades
Yellowstone
There are over 300 Glaciers in the park
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Level 75
Jun 14, 2019
I love new national park quizzes! But for the cave question, maybe include Wind Cave and Carlsbad Caverns so you don't just answer the only one with "cave" in the name.
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Level 46
Jun 16, 2019
Thanks for the feedback! I have added what you said which will hopefully make the question a bit tougher.