Redwood National Park in California is home to the world’s tallest tree.
Lassen Volcanic National Park in California “Nature is ever at work building and pulling down, creating and destroying, keeping everything whirling and flowing…out of one beautiful form into another.” John Muir
Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park in California. Home of the giant sequoia, earth’s largest tree.
Yosemite National Park in California. The cliffs, waterfalls, wildlife and extraordinary beauty of Yosemite inspired the “National Park” idea. Save
Pinnacles National Park in California was formed by volcanoes, which created a unique rocky landscape.
Joshua Tree National Park in California is a desert landscape with rugged rock formations that beckon you to climb!
Anacapa is one of the five islands that make up Channel Islands National Park in Southern California. The island is a breeding ground for an estimated 10,000 seagulls during nesting season.
Death Valley National Park in California is the hottest (record 134 degrees) , driest (low rainfall, high evaporation rate), lowest (282 feet below sea level), and wildest (3.1 million acres and is the largest designated wilderness in the USA outside Alaska).