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National Parks in the U.S.A.

Image taken from US National Parks Maps

By: Jocelyn Ramirez


A​ ​

is for American Samoa National Park

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Image taken from Chuck's Adventures

The American Samoa in Tutuila it has the fastest food ​ ​restaurants in the South Pacific. 


B​ ​

is for Bryce Canyon National Park

Image taken from My Utah Parks

You can take tours there and see how it looks like.        


C​ ​

is for Crater Lake National Park

Image taken from Crater Lake Trolley

The lake is the deepest lake in America, deepest in the earth and the water is so blue. 


D​ ​

is for Dry Tortugas National Park  

Image taken from National Parks Guides

  Is it known for its wildlife, beaches, coral reefs,  campgrounds, and its beauty and array of  activities both in and out of the water.   


E​ ​

is for Everglades National Park

Image taken from HuffPost

It is often described by it wetland and it swap but  it is a very slow moving river.       


F​​

is for Fort Donelson National Park

https://www.theclio.com/web/entry?id=24636       

The wars was from Feb. 11 to Feb. 16 1862 in Tennessee, along the Cumberland River.   

 


G​ ​

is for Great Smoky Mountains National

Park               https://www.nps.gov/grsm/index.htm 

  In the Great Smoky Mountains there are 21,000  different living animals species. 


H​ ​

is for Hot Springs National Park

https://www.national-park.com/welcome-to-hot-springs-national-park/ 

This park is at Arkansas U.S.A. and in hot  springs one of the major leagues trained there at a  point.   


I​ ​

is for Isle Royale National Park  

https://www.michigan.org/property/isle-royale-national-park     

This national park is the only national park in  Michigan.       


J​ ​

is for Joshua Tree National Park

https://www.hispanicaccess.org/joshua-tree-national-park-twentynine-palms-ca     

It is in California and it is 749,000 acres of the  size.   


K​ ​

is for Kings Canyon National Park

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kings_Canyon_National_Park   

It is one of the tow national park in California .       


L​

is for Lake Roosevelt National Park

https://www.nationalparks.org/explore-parks/lake-roosevelt-national-recreation-area   

​ ou can go fishing there and it is a famous body  Y of water in Washington. 

 


M​ ​

is for Rainier Canyon National Park

https://www.terragalleria.com/parks/np-image.mora47669.html     

The natives americans called the ​ ​mountain​s Tahol which means “mother of waters”, tacama which  means “place where the water begins”, and  Tahona “snowy peak”.   


N​ ​

is for North Cascades National Park

https://www.visitseattle.org/seattle-localist-1/features/100-years-young/north-cascades-national-park/   

This national park has been in Washington since  1968.     


O​ ​

is for Olympic National Park

https://www.seattlemet.com/features/olympic-national-park-guide

The people visit there and they can go hiking. 


P​ ​

is for Pinnacles National Park

https://www.nationalparks.org/explore-parks/pinnacles-national-park         

Is newest national park in the U.S and a geologic wunderland of cliffs, peaks and volcanic spires.     


Q​ ​

is for quail that is at the Grand Canyon

http://www.softschools.com/facts/animals/quail_facts/968/       

The quail is that smallest bird and it can grow to be 4.5 to 7.8 ins.     


R​ ​

is for Redwood National Park            

http://themorningfresh.com/trillium-falls-trail-redwood-national-park/

  There is the tallest trees in the word there.           


S​ ​

is for Sequoia national Park

https://www.expedia.com/Sequoia-National-Park.d6084619.Destination-Travel-Guides     

1.5 million people visit the park each year.       


T​

is for Theodore National Park

https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g60973-d1911641-i288273314-Theodore_Roosevelt_National_Park -Medora_North_Dakota.html     

It is the only national park in North Dakota.    


U​ ​

is for Underground Railroad National Park

https://www.nps.gov/places/crnurr.htm    

It was not a railroad before and slaves walked there by foot.      


V​

is for Voyageurs National Park

https://www.wildernessinquiry.org/destination/voyageurs-national-park-canoe/   

Voyageurs is a french word and it means traveler'  in English.   


W​

is for Wind Cave National Park

https://www.nationalparks.org/explore-parks/wind-cave-national-park       

Visiers can go horseback riding, cave touring,and etc.                 


X​ ​

is for LynX that is in Yellowstone

https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/kidsyouth/alphabetuvwxyz.htm   

It can grow to be 70 years old.       


Y​ ​

is for Yellowstone National Park

http://www.travelchannel.com/interests/national-parks/articles/yellowstone-national-park-wyoming           

Yellowstone is the first national park in the whole world.         


Z​

is for Zion National Park

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/national-parks/zion-national-park/     

About 2.5 million people visit the park and in 1920 only 3,692 people visit the park.   


A to Z National Park is a book that you can use for your child can learn their ABCs. Your child  can learn some of the national parks in the U.S.A.  and learn some things about the national parks.  

National Parks of the U.S.A  

A to Z National Park is a book that you can use for your child can learn their ABCs. Your child can learn some of the national parks in the...

National Parks of the U.S.A  

A to Z National Park is a book that you can use for your child can learn their ABCs. Your child can learn some of the national parks in the...

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