National parks, all around the world are untouched natural lands. Preserved from human activities, these are in a pure state hosting wild and rare species of the ecosystem. These parks are accessible to people for visits but no urban activities are allowed. You can go for a walk across a national park to get in touch with the nature and explore how the world would have been if it weren’t for human intervention. If you think you are good at geography then prove it by acing our National Parks trivia quiz game.
Below we have a list of some interesting National Parks trivia questions & answers about national parks that shall test you, so refresh your high school geography memory and see how many can you answer.
Interesting National Parks Trivia Facts
Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States.
Utah’s first national park is Zion.
United States’ smallest national park is Hot Springs.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the only national park in North Dakota.
The Rockefeller family made a nuclear fallout shelter underneath the bowling alley at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Vermont.
The lighthouse at Cape Hatteras National Seashore relocated about a half mile inland due to an erosion in 1999.
The NPS oversees two former World War II Japanese internment camp sites: Manzanar and Minidoka national historic sites.
Biscayne National Park in Florida is 95 percent underwater, and it is famous for its mesmerizing coral reefs.
Zion National Park has a popular slot canyon whose tubular look makes it the signature, “the Subway.”
Everglades National Park is the solitary place on earth where American alligators and American crocodiles exist together.
A few trees in Redwoods National Park are around 2 millenniums old!
National Parks Trivia Questions & Answers
Q: Yellowstone was the first national park. In what year was it established?
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