Pros: easy to visit Cons: not really a national park, so don’t visit if you don’t have to Great article about the “park” – Gateway Arch National Park: The Second Newest but does it belong?
Pros: stunning sunset (e.g. Artist’s Palette), many places of interest Cons: gets hot and nowhere to hide
Pros: opportunities to spot amazing wildlife, each island is different, lots of hiking options Cons: need islands’ flora to regenerate to pre-industrial age as virtually no trees anymore
Pros: Feels like ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth‘, bats and guano extraction Cons: enough activities only for a day
Pros: Mesa Arch, 4×4 100-mile White Rim Road Trail, Dead Horse Point State Park nearby not to be missed Cons: No trees=no cover from the scorching sun
Pros: spectacular canyons, cliffs, towers, domes, and arches; Capitol Gorge; fewer people visit compared to other parks Cons: not that many hiking opportunities
Pros: amazing landscapes full of colors and changing with the sunlight and seasons, close to other fantastic parks Cons: careful hiking if you not in shape as the park sits 2.4 to 2.7 km above the sea level Official website
Pros: Beautiful canyon that you have to see with your own very eyes as the photos don’t do justice, great drive to the canyon, wildlife Cons: Relatively small park
Pros: ‘Dances with Wolves’ was filmed here, pinnacles and butts, history and prehistory Cons: far away from everything, snakes!, not too many hiking opportunities
Arches National Park – a landscape of vivid colors, weird shapes, and varied forms.