Random National Park Facts (300+ possible answers)

For each given fact, name the only US National Park that fits the description. There are 310 possible facts: 5 for each of 62 parks.
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Last updated: April 17, 2020
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Contains Fort Monroe, the largest brick structure in the Western Hemisphere
Dry Tortugas
Contains El Capitan Mountain, but isn't Yosemite
Guadelupe Mountains
Is located in Kentucky
Mammoth Cave
Was first extensively explored and mapped by Stephen Bishop, an african-american slave
Mammoth Cave
Is the smallest in Utah
Bryce Canyon
Has visitor centers in Ventura and Santa Barbara
Channel Islands
Contains 119 caves, including Spider Cave, Lechuguilla Cave, and Slaughter Canyon Cave
Carlsbad Caverns
Has the greatest difference in altitude of visitor centers, with one almost ten thousand feet higher than another
Protects the tallest tree east of the Mississippi River
Great Smoky Mountains
Is the southernmost in California
Joshua Tree
Protects a 11-mile stretch of the Gunnison River
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Is the furthest downstream of the parks on the Colorado River
Grand Canyon
Protects two major volcanos, Mount Redoubt and Mount Iliamna
Lake Clark
Spans two states and includes the Appalachian Trail
Great Smoky Mountains
Is the closest to Washington, DC
Contains the Sonoran Desert Museum
Is the easternmost in Alaska
Glacier Bay
Contains Casa Grande Peak, the place in the contiguous US with the least light pollution
Big Bend
Once held the world's oldest tree, a 5,000-year-old bristlecone pine
Great Basin
Is in Montana
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