• Wind Cave

    If you listen closely, you can almost hear the whistle and feel the breeze. Walk in the direction of that faint noise and that gentle blow, cross wavelike prairie and untamed forest, walk until you can’t walk any farther, and you’ll have found it. Wind Cave, a natural wonder, one of the world’s oldest caves…

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  • Congaree National Park

    In the heart of South Carolina, just 20 miles from the state’s capital, Columbia, there stands a miraculous example of what happens when an ecosystem remains undisturbed and nature can flourish. This place is Congaree National Forest, a sprawling stretch of forest, swamp and wildlife. Forests like the wetland woods of Congaree National Park are…

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  • Biscayne National Park

    Certain fantasies will only exist in our minds, forever unrealized and only dreamed about. Others come to life before our eyes, magnificent, inspiring, almost unbelievable. Such are the islands of Biscayne National Park, where “Paradise on Earth” is more understatement than exaggeration. This small chain of islands anchored in the Florida Keys sits just a…

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  • Dry Tortugas

    Many of the United States’ great national parks served a very different purpose in their former lives, but few boast a more impressive origin story than that of Dry Tortugas National Park. Once home to the imposing and impenetrable watchtower Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas is now one of America’s most isolated and serene national parks.…

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  • 7:00

    Few national parks in the United States have experienced as great a reversal in their historical outlook as Shenandoah National Park. Once the longtime home of various native tribes, then the epicenter of white industry in the mid-Atlantic, and finally the devastating product of merciless drought, Shenandoah National Park now stands as a testament to…

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  • 4:05

    Eden does exist. It is real, and it can be found in the crystal waters to the southeast of the continental United States, where the sea is warm and blue and tranquility takes the form of green-capped isles, sparkling hidden coves and soft white sand. The place is Virgin Islands National Park, and the time…

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  • The Florida Everglades

    Like many other of America’s spectacular national parks, the Florida Everglades are known around the world for their breathtaking landscapes and undisturbed wildlife. This sprawling biosphere reserve located not far from the metropolises of Tampa and Miami stands in stark contrast to the noise and entertainment on display in the sunshine state. In the shallow…

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  • Kenai Fjords

    In the south of Alaska, at the southern edge of Kenai Peninsula, the Kenai Fjords face out on the world and greet the Gulf of Alaska with frozen rivers and jagged, slate-grey cliffs. Streams of glowing remnants of the Ice Age stretch back from the granite wall of Kenai Fjords and crawl inland, joining together…

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  • Kobuk Valley

    When it comes to national parks that serve multiple purposes, few are as dynamic and necessary as those of the great wilderness of Alaska. This captivating and untamed state is home to some of the most essential ecosystems in the world, as well as breathtaking sights and sounds on display for the adventurous public. From…

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