Located in Wyoming, Yellowstone is so humongous that it extends into Idaho and Montana. It's home to Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Spring, pictured above. The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the United States. The striking colors are formed by bacteria.
68 miles west of Key West, Florida is this tropical wonderland. Home to beautiful sea life, birds, and legends of buried treasure. Now that's a park we can get behind. Yo ho yo ho, a park ranger life for me!
Sequoia National Park is famous for--get this--its giant sequoia trees. In fact, it's home to the largest tree in the world, named General Sherman. At 25 feet wide and 275 feet tall, it'll generally make you feel tiny.
A part of America, but not in the states, the Virgin Islands are in the Caribbean. Here, you can enjoy beautiful white sand beaches, scuba dive, or hike through tropical rain forests. Take that, mainland!
There are two volcanoes at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park: Mauna Loa, and one of the world's most active volcanoes, Kč«lauea. It's an eye-opening place to visit because you get to see the landscape change and evolve right in front of you. Aloha indeed.