Photo of Mount Ranier from here
Visiting all 58 of the US National Parks is one of the more far-fetched items on my Mighty List. The good news is that 8 of these wondrous treasures are right here in my home state of California, and that’s exactly where I plan to start. Below is a list of all of them, the ones bolded are in California.
Acadia | American Somoa | Arches | Badlands | Big Bend | Biscayne | Black Canyon of the Gunnison | Bryce Canyon | Canyonlands | Capitol Reef | Carlsbad Caverns | Channel Islands | Congaree | Crater Lake | Cuyahoga Valley | Death Valley | Denali | Dry Trotugas | Everglades | Gates of the Arctic | Glacier | Glacier Bay | Grand Canyon | Grand Teton | Great Basin | Great Sand Dunes | Great Smoky Mountains | Guadalupe Mountains | Haleakala | Hawaii Volcanoes | Hot Springs | Isle Royale | Joshua Tree | Katmai | Kenai Fjords | Kings Canyon | Kobuk Valley | Lake Clark |
Lassen Volcanic | Mammoth Cave | Mesa Verde | Mount Rainer | North Cascades | Olympic | Petrified Forest | Redwood | Rocky Mountain | Saguaro | Sequoia | Shenandoah | Theodore Roosevelt | Virgin Islands | Voyageurs | Wind Cave | Wrangell – St. Elias | Yellowstone | Yosemite | Zion