California National Parks

Take a trip to California, and you’ll see some of the most beautiful National Parks in the United States.

California’s National Parks include Yosemite National Park (with three out of 10 of the highest waterfalls in the world) and Death Valley National Park (one of the hottest, driest places on the planet), as well as Sequoia National Park, Redwood National Park, and Joshua Tree National Park (all of which are known for their spectacular trees).

Death Valley National Park also happens to be the largest National Park in the lower 48 US States, stretching 5,300 square miles and spilling over into Nevada. And Sequoia National Park is home to 2,000-year-old trees that rise to almost 300 feet.

Here’s a list of California National Parks:

Channel Islands National Park
Death Valley National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Kings Canyon National Park
Lassen Volcanic Park
Redwood National Park
Sequoia National Park
Yosemite National Park

Click here for more information on: Utah National Parks, Alaska National Parks, Colorado National Parks, Arizona National Parks, and Florida National Parks.

Want to visit all 58 of the National Parks in the US? Click here for a map of National Parks.