The Best But Least Visited National Parks In The U.S

Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Image by Sewtex/Wikipedia

Going to a national park is all about nature and nothing about people. You want to see all those huge, centuries-old trees and wonderful landscapes and enjoy the peace and quiet instead of meeting people all the time and spending time in noisy surroundings. If you want to go somewhere where you can just relax for real, here are some of the least visited national parks in the U.S. that can give you that very pleasure! 

Wrangell-St. Elias National park 

Located in Alaska, this park is a true eye candy. Lots of glaciers and fjords and a variety of wild landscapes call out your name here! In 2018 this park was visited by 79,450 people.   

Katmai National Park And Preserve 

Katmai is another park located in Alaska, but unlike the one before, here you can see a crater lake and fascinating lava fields and may encounter brown bears! In the meanwhile, you can enjoy in the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes.  

North Cascades National Park 

If you really like lakes, then this is the place for you! This national park has around 500 lakes and over 300 glaciers that will make you feel calm and enjoy a true getaway in the midst of untouched nature.