List of National Parks in Idaho
|1||City of Rocks National Reserve||14,407 acres (5,830 ha)||18. Nov. 1988||Cassia County, Idaho, USA|
|2||Nez Perce National Historical Park||4,561 acres (1,846 ha)||15. May. 1965||Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, United States|
|3||Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve||464,303 acres (187,897 ha)||Monument: May 2, 1924,Preserve: August 21, 2002||South Central Idaho, US|
|4||Yellowstone National Park||2,219,791 acres (3,468.423 sq mi; 898,318 ha; 8,983.18 km2)||1. Mar. 1872||Fremont County, Idaho|
Idaho National Parks
The national parks and historical monuments are clearly marked in the Idaho National Parks Map. Some of the prominent national parks of Idaho are City of Rocks National Reserve, Yellowstone National Park,
California National Historic trail, Oregon National Historic trail, Craters of The Moon National Monument and Preserve, Nez Perce National Historical Park, Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, Minidoka Internment National Monument and Lewis and Clark National Historic trail. The Yellowstone National Park is famous for natural geysers and hot springs.
Situated in the south-central region of Idaho, beside the northern end of the Great Basin, the City of Rocks National Reserve is rich in flora and fauna. The Oregon National Historic trail is famous for its unparalleled natural scenic beauty. The Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument is another favorite tourist destination of Idaho that displays fossils of different species of animals and plants.
The Lewis and Clark National Historic trail offers the tourists with a wonderful scope to stay close to nature and enjoy picturesque landscape of the place. The Minidoka Internment National Monument houses a visitor center that provides relevant information on the unique history of Minidoka during the World War II. The Idaho State Map pinpoints the exact geographical location of the national parks.
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