If you have a passion for national and state parks, then you probably take road trips to specifically see ones on your bucket list. We’re here to tell you that you can experience some of the most breathtaking parks in the U.S. Whether you enjoy challenging rock climbing, kayaking viewing wildlife or peaceful views, there are plenty within the U.S. you will enjoy.

As part of our Drive the Nation Summer of Sightseeing, today we are highlighting our favorite parks in the United States. Participate in the fun by sharing a photo of your favorite park and enter for a chance to win the Drive The Nation Summer of Sightseeing contest using #DTNSoS. You can view the official rules here.

Here are just a few of our favorites:

Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park

The United State’s first National Park is Yellowstone National Park, mostly located in Wyoming. It’s an all time classic with its geothermal features, camping and more. Also, there is tons of wildlife and outdoor activities such as camping, kayaking, fishing and more.

Arches National Park – Utah

Just north of Moab in Utah and home to 2,000 plus arches is Arches National Park. Bordered by the Colorado River, this location has breathtaking views you must experience. With amazing geological formations to see and outdoor activities to do, you’ll be sure to enjoy your time here.

Glacier Bay National Park – Alaska

Glacier Bay National Park

A park like no other is the Glacier Bay National Park. Located in an area of southeast Alaska you’ll have the chance to see high peaks, glaciers and a variety of wildlife. National Bay Glacier Park is one beauty you don’t want to miss.

Dry Tortugas National Park – Florida

Just west of Key West, Florida in the beautiful Gulf of Mexico is Dry Tortugas National Park. This park is made up of seven different islands and coral reefs. Breathtaking beaches, a lighthouse, and sea turtles are just a few of many sights you’ll see.