Where the "Park" Am I? Round 2

There are more than 400 unique national parks throughout the country and US territories that are home to iconic places of nature and history. If you closed your eyes and were transported to a park, could you guess to which park when you opened them? Try to identify which park each of these 360-degree images are from and check your answers in the dropdown menus.

Arches National Park in Utah has the densest concentration of natural stone arches in the world. There are more than 2,000 documented arches in the park including some with names, such as the famous South Window and Turret Arch.
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument in Arizona is one of the oldest parks in the National Park System. The "Great House" made by the ancestral Sonoran Desert people has been a prominent landmark in the Sonoran Desert for more than 650 years.
Mount Rainier National Park in Washington has a scenic landscape of volcanic moutains, glaciers, forests, and subalpine meadows. The park's namesake Mount Rainier is an icon on the horizon rising 14,410 feet above sea level and is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous US.
Roger Williams National Memorial in Rhode Island commemorates the life and legacy of the state's founder who advocated for the idea of religous freedom during the 1600s. The park is a landmark in downtown Providence, which was established by Rogers intended as a place where colonists could worship without interference from the state.
National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington, DC, are home to the internationally known cherry blossoms, which usually reach peak bloom in March or April. The famous trees were a gift from Japan in 1912 and remain one of the city's most celebrated natural landmarks.


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    Games and Challenges

    Test your knowledge or learn something new about national parks with games and challenges for all ages.

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    Find Your Virtual Park

    Stay connected with national parks across the country with online resources and virtual experiences.

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    Kids in Parks

    National parks are great places to go on adventures exploring nature and history. Check out online resources for kids of all ages.

Last updated: April 11, 2020