United States National Parks List




Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park

The following chart provides a list of US National Parks by state. Currently, the United States National Parks have grown in number to 58.

Not all states have one. Some larger states have more than one. There are more National Parks in California and Alaska than any other state. Both states top the list having eight each.




location of parks

State National Park Year Established
Alaska (8) Denali 1917
Gates of the Arctic 1980
Glacier Bay 1980
Katmai 1980
Kenai Fjords 1980
Kobuk Valley 1980
Lake Clark 1980
Wrangell - St. Elias 1980
American Samoa American Samoa 1988
Arizona (3) Grand Canyon 1919
Petrified Forest 1962
Saguaro 1994
Arkansas Hot Springs 1921
California (8) Channel Islands 1980
Death Valley 1994
Joshua Tree 1994
Kings Canyon 1940
Lassen Volcanic 1916
Redwood 1968
Sequoia 1890
Yosemite 1890
Colorado (4) Black Canyon of the Gunnison 1999
Great Sand Dunes 2004
Mesa Verde 1906
Rocky Mountain 1915
Florida (3) Biscayne 1980
Dry Tortugas 1992
Everglades 1947
Hawaii (2) Haleakala 1916
Hawaii Volcanoes 1916
Idaho Yellowstone 1872
Kentucky Mammoth Cave 1941
Maine Acadia 1919
Michigan Isle Royale 1940
Minnesota Voyageurs 1975
Montana (2) Glacier 1910
Yellowstone 1872
Nevada Great Basin 1986
New Mexico Carlsbad Caverns 1930
North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains 1934
North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt 1978
Ohio Cuyahoga Valley 2000
Oregon Crater Lake 1902
South Carolina Congaree 2003
South Dakota (2) Badlands 1978
Wind Cave 1903
Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains 1934
Texas (2) Big Bend 1944
Guadalupe Mountains 1966
U.S. Virgin Islands Virgin Islands 1956
Utah (5) Arches 1971
Bryce Canyon 1928
Capitol Reef 1971
Canyonlands 1964
Zion 1919
Virginia Shenandoah 1935
Washington (3) Mount Rainier 1899
North Cascades 1968
Olympic 1938
Wyoming (2) Grand Teton 1929
Yellowstone 1872