The BEST California National Parks to Visit This Summer

California’s National Parks are home to some of the most iconic outdoor landscapes. Out-of-this-world scenery, panoramic views, and beautiful natural formations attract adventurers spanning the globe.

If you’re on a budget – camp! If you have more cash to spare, stay in a lodge or cabin. California’s National Parks will live up to the hype, whatever your travel style.

#1 – Yosemite National Park

The most visited California National Park, Yosemite, was established in 1890 and is situated on California’s eastern border amidst the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

#2 – Redwood National and State Parks

Lonely Planet dubbed the Redwood Coast as the Top U.S Place to Visit in 2018!

5 out of 5

#3 – Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Sequoia is named for the world’s largest living thing – the giant sequoia tree.

#4 – Point Reyes National Seashore

Point Reyes National Seashore is a vast expanse of protected coastline in Northern California’s Marin County that houses over 1,500 plants and animal species.

#5 – Channel Islands National Park

The islands are home to over 2,000 plant and animal species, of which 150 are found nowhere else.

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