Fall is a great time to explore America’s national parks. The changing leaves lure thousands to the Northeast — or the Pacific Northwest. In other parts of the country, cooler temperatures and dissipated park crowds set the scene for ready-made outdoor fall adventures.
InsureMyTrip analyzed visitation data for 418 national park sites and discovered the most beloved spots for parkgoers to visit in every state — including the most popular natural wonders, historical sites and areas of cultural significance.
Visitation records were analyzed by InsureMyTrip and include reported public use data on total recreational visitors acquired by the National Park Service for 2018.
So if you’re seeking some fall travel inspiration connected to history or just looking for an excuse to hit the road, scroll through the gallery above to find out the most popular national park site in each state.