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Looking for a new national park to visit this summer? You're not alone. But on the trails in these parks, you just might be.
There are more than 300 glaciers in this national park, and you'll have them all to yourself.
This rugged, remote island is a car- and crowd-free wilderness perfect for hikers and backpackers.
In the largest expanse of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the south, there's plenty of space to roam all on your own.
The first cave to be designated a national park also includes prairie and pine forests full of bison, elk, and pronghorn antelopes.
Yellowstone too crowded in the summer? This park has just what you need: volcanoes, clear mountain lakes, and wildflower-rich meadows.
Colorado's lesser-visited national park has some of the steepest spires, oldest rock formations, and craggiest cliffs in North America.
The crowd levels might be low, but the temps are high. Here's how to stay cool and safe.