National Parks in California

Jody Vandergriff

California boasts 9 national parks - more than any other state. Each park is distinct from the next - from the largest tree in the world at Sequoia National Park to the underwater world of Channel Islands - California offers non stop beauty and intrigue.

National Parks in California

By Jody Vandergriff
Updated · 542 views
California boasts 9 national parks - more than any other state. Each park is distinct from the next - from the largest tree in the world at Sequoia National Park to the underwater world of Channel Islands - California offers non stop beauty and intrigue.
Viewing 9 places
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park
    See & Do
  • Yosemite National Park
    See & Do
    1
    • chiefseeker Yosemite National Park is the crown jewel of California. It is irrefutably the most beautiful park in the Golden State. El Capitan, the largest exposed granite slab in the world, is a must see.

         
  • Sequoia National Park
    See & Do
    1
    • chiefseeker Sequoia National Park and its sister park, Kings Canyon, are all about the trees - home to the largest tree in the world, General Sherman, America's Christmas Tree, General Grant, and the famous Tunnel Log.

         
  • Redwood National and State Parks
    See & Do
  • Pinnacles National Park
    See & Do
  • Kings Canyon National Park
    See & Do
  • Joshua Tree National Park
    See & Do
  • Death Valley
  • Channel Islands National Park
    See & Do