Exploring California National Parks

There are nine California National Parks in total – more than any other state. Each possesses its own unique allure. So embrace the great outdoors and prepare to be blown away by endless adventures.

Pinnacles National Park

There are 30 miles of trails, and hiking Juniper Canyon Trail to High Peaks is a definite highlight.

Death Valley’s most legendary landmarks are near Furnace Creek, including Zabriskie Point, Mesquite Flat, Badwater Basin, Deadman Pass, Hells Gate, and Golden Canyon.

Death Valley National Park

This park is ideal for marine lovers, as it is known for pristine beaches, offbeat boat rides, and incredible scuba diving. Each island has a designated campground and many hiking opportunities.

Channel Islands National Park

The idyllic landscape offers sandy stretches of shore, forested ridges, beautiful bluffs, and sparkling seas crashing against rocky cliffs.

Point Reyes  National Seashore

Joshua Tree National Park

Don’t be fooled by trendy influencers posting pics of their vacations here; it can be a great budget-friendly destination too!

Ranger programs are a fantastic way to learn all about the land from experts, and the best part is they are all offered free of charge.

Lassen Volcanic National Park

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