This wilderness area was not only America's first wilderness, it was the world's.
One more hint: The wilderness is strongly associated with Aldo Leopold, one of the 20th Century's foremost conservationists.
Northern California's Point Reyes National Seashore was named Punto de los Reyes ("Kings' Point")
The correct answer is Death Valley National Park in California.
In light of National Parks Week, you may be interested to know that Death Valley National Park is one is the largest in the lower 48 states.
Grand Canyon National Park is undoubtedly one of America's most beloved national parks, attracting about five million visitors every year who come to hike, camp and raft the river at its depths.
Over eighty percent of the glaciers in Montana’s Glacier National Park have been lost since 1850, and the few remaining are expected to disappear within 15 years.
In honor of its birthday, we have chosen Arches National Park in Utah as our Friday mystery photo. Arches was actually first established as a national monument on April 12, 1929.
It wasn't until 1971 that Arches gained its national park designation.