How Well Do You Know National Parks?

The average American doesn't have a clue when it comes to US National Parks. Do you think you know National Parks better than the rest? It's time to prove yourself as a true park savant. Take these 12 questions and find out just how National Park smart
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What is the most visited park in the National Park system?
Yellowstone
Grand Canyon
Great Smoky Mountains
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What national park has banned all vehicles from it's roads?
Joshua Tree
Olympic
Zion
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What is the newest national park?
Congagree
Big Bend
Great Sand Dunes
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Which president more than doubled the acreage of the national park system?
Jimmy Carter
Calvin Coolidge
Richard Nixon
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What is the smallest national park in the US?
Dry Tortugas
Hot Springs
Petrified Foreset
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What shape is the emblem of the National Park Service?
Arrowhead
Diamond
Tree
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What was the first national park established east of the Mississippi river?
Mammoth Cave
Everglades
Acadia
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What was the world's first national park, created by an act of Congress in 1872?
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Zion National Park
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Which park is home to a former federal prison?
Death Valley National Park
Valley Forge National Historic Park
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
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The largest organism in the world lives in America's national parks, which one is it?
Grizzley Bear
Sequoia Tree
Bison
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How many national park units are there?
400
300
15
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Which national park is home to the longest cave system in the world?
Wind Cave National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Mammoth Cave National Park
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you're a bit of a National Park novice! You aren't well versed on America's parks just quite yet. Fret not, with a bit of exploration and research, you can learn everything you need to know about National Parks. Better yet, visit a park and learn first hand!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are the National Park master! While some might proclaim themselves to be the National Park master, you actually are! It's clear that you value you the park system and want to know as much about America's natural beauty as possible!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are National Park amazing! Well done! While many American's are aware of the National Parks, you know each park by heart. Not only are you well versed on the history of each park, but you know the unique quirks that make each park amazing!

A+, National Park Amazing

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1
What is the most visited park in the National Park system?
Yellowstone
Grand Canyon
Great Smoky Mountains
2
What national park has banned all vehicles from it's roads?
Joshua Tree
Olympic
Zion
3
What is the newest national park?
Congagree
Big Bend
Great Sand Dunes
4
Which president more than doubled the acreage of the national park system?
Jimmy Carter
Calvin Coolidge
Richard Nixon
5
What is the smallest national park in the US?
Dry Tortugas
Hot Springs
Petrified Foreset
6
What shape is the emblem of the National Park Service?
Arrowhead
Diamond
Tree
7
What was the first national park established east of the Mississippi river?
Mammoth Cave
Everglades
Acadia
8
What was the world's first national park, created by an act of Congress in 1872?
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Zion National Park
9
Which park is home to a former federal prison?
Death Valley National Park
Valley Forge National Historic Park
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
10
The largest organism in the world lives in America's national parks, which one is it?
Grizzley Bear
Sequoia Tree
Bison
11
How many national park units are there?
400
300
15
12
Which national park is home to the longest cave system in the world?
Wind Cave National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Mammoth Cave National Park