Like most Americans, you’ve probably spent a summer at one of the United States’ best national parks, but have you visited the country’s top state parks?
From the magnificent redwoods of California’s Big Basin State Park to the breathtaking views of Michigan’s Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, there is a state park adventure for everyone.
Many state parks offer access to nearby lakes, rivers, and mountain ranges, making them a great starting point for a vacation.
The most beautiful state parks in the country, along with the U.S.’s most popular and most-liked, have been ranked by Travel Lens.
The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Michigan was found to be the top spot for beauty.
The Porcupine Mountains are located in the heart of the Upper Peninsula and are known for their incredible views, majestic rivers, and picturesque waterfalls.
It was found that it was the park with the most increasing in popularity, with searches up more than 112 percent year-over-year.
Here’s the complete list of the most beautiful state parks.
- Porcupine Mountains Wilderness, Michigan
- Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont
- Grayson Highlands, Virginia
- Hocking Hills, Ohio
- Deception Pass, Washington
- Brown County, Indiana
- Franconia Notch, New Hampshire
- Waianapanapa, Hawaii
- Eldorado Canyon, Colorad
- Baxter, Main
Regardless of which park you choose, one of our country’s premier state parks will offer a perfect backdrop for your next adventure.
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