Growing up in the United States, means getting used to see and visit national parks countless times in your life. We are lucky to have a country that holds in its heart almost 132,000 square miles of national parkland.
Most of them are there to protect rare, large trees and others have glaciers, volcanoes, and dinosaur fossils. Each national park has its own unique beauty that provides us with experiences that requires a true outdoors lover.
After the country’s success at preserving many lands and huge expanses of wilderness, the parks are now available for all citizens and tourists to be explored.
However, visiting a national park doesn’t always has to be about just being there and taking countless pictures, it is also about living the adventure yourself. Here are 5 of the most surprising things you can do in U.S. national parks.