Written by Phillip Chambers

Table of National Parks in the U.S.

It is the responsibility of each hunter to be familiar with and abide by all local, state, and federal hunting laws. When hunting, it is your responsibility to be aware of and adhere to all applicable laws and regulations.

Park NameStateAre Firearms Allowed?Is Sport Hunting Allowed?
DenaliAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
Gates of the ArcticAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
Glacier BayAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
KatmaiAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
Kenai FjordsAlaskaYesNo
Kobuk ValleyAlaskaYesNo
Lake ClarkAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
Wrangell-St. EliasAlaskaYesNo, Only in the preserve
American SamoaAmerican SamoaNoNo
Grand CanyonArizonaYesNo
Petrified ForestArizonaYesNo
SaguaroArizonaYesNo
Hot SpringsArkansasYesNo
Channel IslandsCaliforniaYesNo
Death ValleyCaliforniaYesNo
Joshua TreeCaliforniaYesNo
Kings CanyonCaliforniaYesNo
Lassen VolcanicCaliforniaYesNo
PinnaclesCaliforniaYesNo
RedwoodCaliforniaYesNo
SequoiaCaliforniaYesNo
YosemiteCaliforniaYesNo
Black Canyon of the GunnisonColoradoYesNo
Great Sand DunesColoradoYesNo
Mesa VerdeColoradoYesNo
Rocky MountainColoradoYesNo
BiscayneFloridaYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
Dry TortugasFloridaYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
EvergladesFloridaYesY/N, Fishing and Hunting Pythons
HaleakalaHawaiiNoNo
Hawai’i VolcanoesHawaiiYesNo
Indiana DunesIndianaYesNo
Mammoth CaveKentuckyYesNo
AcadiaMaineYesNo
Isle RoyaleMichiganYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
VoyageursMinnesotaYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
Gateway ArchMissouriNoNo
GlacierMontanaYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
Great BasinNevadaYesNo
Carlsbad CavernsNew MexicoYesNo
White SandsNew MexicoYesNo
Theodore RooseveltNorth DakotaYesNo
Cuyahoga ValleyOhioYesNo
Crater LakeOregonYesNo, Fishing is allowed*
CongareeSouth CarolinaYesNo
BadlandsSouth DakotaYesNo
Wind CaveSouth DakotaYesNo
Great Smoky MountainsTennesseeYesNo
Big BendTexasYesNo
Guadalupe MountainsTexasYesNo
Virgin IslandsUS Virgin IslandsYesNo
ArchesUtahYesNo
Bryce CanyonUtahYesNo
CanyonlandsUtahYesNo
Capitol ReefUtahYesNo
ZionUtahYesNo
ShenandoahVirginiaYesNo
Mount RainierWashingtonYesNo
North CascadesWashingtonYesYes, In Designated Areas
OlympicWashingtonYesNo, Only in the National Forest
New River GorgeWest VirginiaYesYes, In Designated Areas
Grand TetonWyomingYesYes, During Elk Hunting Season
YellowstoneWyomingYesNo

List of All National Parks by State And Their Firearm Policies

Alaska National Parks

Denali National Park

Size: 4.7 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to August

Is Denali Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Denali? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Denali National Park Regulations Here.

Gates of the Arctic National Park

Size: 8.47 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to July

Is Gates of the Arctic Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Gates of the Arctic? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Gates of the Arctic National Park Regulations Here.

Glacier Bay National Park


Size: 3.2 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Glacier Bay Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Glacier Bay? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Glacier Bay National Park Regulations Here.

Katmai National Park


Size: 4.09 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Katmai Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Katmai? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Katmai National Park Regulations Here.

Kenai Fjords National Park


Size: 607,805 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to August

Is Kenai Fjords Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Kenai Fjords? No.

Learn More About Kenai Fjords National Park Regulations Here.

Kobuk Valley National Park


Size: 1.75 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Kobuk Valley Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Kobuk Valley? No.

Learn More About Kobuk Valley National Park Regulations Here.

Lake Clark National Park


Size: 4.03 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Lake Clark Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Lake Clark? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Lake Clark National Park Regulations Here.

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park


Size: 13.2 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Wrangell-St. Elias Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Wrangell-St. Elias? Yes, in the preserve.

Learn More About Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Regulations Here.

American Samoa National Parks

National Park of American Samoa


Size: 8,256 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is American Samoa Gun-Friendly? No.

Is Hunting Permitted in American Samoa? No.

Learn More About American Samoa National Park Regulations Here.

Arizona National Parks

Grand Canyon National Park


Size: 1.2 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to October

Is Grand Canyon Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Grand Canyon? No.

Learn More About Grand Canyon National Park Regulations Here.

Petrified Forest National Park


Size: 221,390 Acres
Best Time to Visit: April to September

Is Petrified Forest Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Petrified Forest? No.

Learn More About Petrified Forest National Park Regulations Here.

Saguaro National Park


Size: 91,327 Acres
Best Time to Visit: November to March

Is Saguaro Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Saguaro? No.

Learn More About Saguaro National Park Regulations Here.

Arkansas National Parks

Hot Springs National Park


Size: 5,554 Acres
Best Time to Visit: September to November

Is Hot Springs Gun-Friendly? Yes

Is Hunting Permitted in Hot Springs? No, but you can hunt in the Ouachita National Forest which is very close to this national park.

Learn More About Hot Springs National Park Regulations Here.

California National Parks

California has the third most land area in the United States, right after Alaska and Texas. All kinds of animals can be hunted in this large state. Some examples of animals that can be hunted are wild pigs, deer, pronghorn antelope, and elk.

Assembly Bill 711 was signed into law in October 2013. It says that if you use a gun to hunt wildlife in California, you must use ammunition without lead.

Mostly all of the national parks in California do allow you to carry within the park (with restrictions) but do not let you discharge for any reason.

Channel Islands National Park

Size: 249,354 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to October

Is Channel Islands Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Channel Islands? No.

Learn More About Channel Islands National Park Regulations Here.

Death Valley National Park

Size: 3.42 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: November to March

Is Death Valley Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Death Valley? No.

Learn More About Death Valley National Park Regulations Here.

Joshua Tree National Park

Size: 795,200 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to April, October to November

Is Joshua Tree Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Joshua Tree? No.

Learn More About Joshua Tree National Park Regulations Here.

Kings Canyon National Park

Size: 461,901 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to October

Is Kings Canyon Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Kings Canyon? No.

Learn More About Kings Canyon National Park Regulations Here.

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Size: 106,452 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to October

Is Lassen Volcanic Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Lassen Volcanic? No.

Learn More About Lassen Volcanic National Park Regulations Here.

Pinnacles National Park


Size: 26,000 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Pinnacles Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Pinnacles? No.

Learn More About Pinnacles National Park Regulations Here.

Redwood National Park


Size: 131,983 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to November

Is Redwood Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Redwood? No.

Learn More About Redwood National Park Regulations Here.

Sequoia National Park


Size: 328,315 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to October

Is Sequoia Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Sequoia? No.

Learn More About Sequoia National Park Regulations Here.

Yosemite National Park


Size: 761,748 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to October

Is Yosemite Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Yosemite? No.

Learn More About Yosemite National Park Regulations Here.

Colorado National Parks

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park


Size: 30,750 Acres
Best Time to Visit: May to October

Is Black Canyon of the Gunnison Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Black Canyon of the Gunnison? No.

Learn More About Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Regulations Here

Great Sand Dunes National Park


Size: 149,137 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Great Sand Dunes Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Great Sand Dunes? No.

Learn More About Great Sand Dunes National Park Regulations Here

Mesa Verde National Park

Size: 52,485 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Mesa Verde Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Mesa Verde? No.

Learn More About Mesa Verde National Park Regulations Here

Rocky Mountain National Park


Size: 265,807 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Rocky Mountain Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Rocky Mountain? No.

Learn More About Rocky Mountain National Park Regulations Here

Florida National Parks

Biscayne National Park


Size: 172,971 Acres
Best Time to Visit: December to February

Is Biscayne Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Fishing Permitted in Biscayne? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Biscayne? N/A

Learn More About Biscayne National Park Regulations Here

Dry Tortugas National Park

Size: 64,701 Acres
Best Time to Visit: December to February, April to May

Is Dry Tortugas Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Fishing Permitted in Dry Tortugas? Yes, outside the Research Natural Area.

Is Hunting Permitted in Dry Tortugas? N/A

Learn More About Dry Tortugas National Park Regulations Here

Everglades National Park

Size: 1.4 Million Acres
Best Time to Visit: December to February

Is Everglades Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Fishing Permitted in Everglades? Yes, with restrictions.

Is Hunting Permitted in Everglades? Only pythons, but you must apply.

Learn More About Everglades National Park Regulations Here

Hawaii National Parks

Haleakalā National Park

Size: 33,265 Acres
Best Time to Visit: December to April

Is Haleakalā Gun-Friendly? No.

Is Fishing Permitted in Haleakalā? No.

Is Hunting Permitted in Haleakalā? No.

Learn More About Haleakalā National Park Regulations Here

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Size: 335,259 Acres
Best Time To Visit: All year!

Is Hawai’i Volcanoes Gun-Friendly? No.

Is Fishing Permitted in Hawai’i Volcanoes? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Hawai’i Volcanoes? No.

Learn More About Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Regulations Here

Indiana National Parks

Indiana Dunes National Park


Size: 15,349 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Indiana Dunes Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Indiana Dunes? No.

Learn More About Indiana Dunes National Park Regulations Here.

Kentucky National Parks

Mammoth Cave National Park


Size: 53,012 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to April, October to November

Is Mammoth Cave Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Mammoth Cave? No.

Learn More About Mammoth Cave National Park Regulations Here.

Maine National Parks

Acadia National Park


Size: 49,077 Acres
Best Time to Visit: September to October

Is Acadia Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Acadia? No.

Learn More About Acadia National Park Regulations Here.

Michigan National Parks

Isle Royale National Park

Size: 571,790 Acres
Best Time to Visit: July to August

Is Isle Royale Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Isle Royale? No.

Is Fishing Permitted in Isle Royale? Yes.

Learn More About Isle Royale National Park Regulations Here.

Minnesota National Parks

Voyageurs National Park

Size: 218,222 Acres
Best Time to Visit: June to September

Is Voyageurs Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Voyageurs? No.

Is Fishing Permitted in Voyageurs? Yes.

Learn More About Voyageurs National Park Regulations Here.

Missouri National Parks

Gateway Arch National Park


Size: 193 Acres
Best Time To Visit: May to October

Is Gateway Arch Gun-Friendly? No.

Guns, tasers, stun guns, mace, pepper spray, explosives, knives with blades longer than four inches, brass knuckles, swards, and other similar weapons are not allowed at this National Park.

Is Hunting Permitted in Gateway Arch? No, it is not even possible.

Learn More About Gateway National Park Regulations Here.

Montana National Parks

Glacier National Park

Size: 1.01 Million Acres
Best Time To Visit: July to September

Is Glacier Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Glacier? No.

Learn More About Glacier National Park Regulations Here.

Nevada National Parks

Great Basin National Park


Size: 77,180 Acres
Best Time To Visit: April to October

Is Great Basin Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Great Basin? No.

Learn More About Great Basin National Park Regulations Here.

New Mexico National Parks

Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Size: 46,766 Acres
Best Time To Visit: All Year!

Is Carlsbad Caverns Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Carlsbad Caverns? No.

Learn More About Carlsbad Caverns National Park Regulations Here.

White Sands National Park

Size: 73,600 Acres
Best Time To Visit: October to November

Is White Sands Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in White Sands? No.

Learn More About White Sands National Park Regulations Here.

North Dakota National Parks

Theodore Roosevelt National Park


Size: 70,446 Acres
Best Time To Visit: May to September

Is Theodore Roosevelt Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Theodore Roosevelt? No.

Learn More About Theodore Roosevelt National Park Regulations Here.

Ohio National Parks

Cuyahoga Valley National Park


Size: 32,572 Acres
Best Time To Visit: April to May, September-October

Is Cuyahoga Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Cuyahoga? No

Learn More About Cuyahoga National Park Regulations Here.

Oregon National Parks

Crater Lake National Park

Size: 183,224 Acres
Best Time To Visit: July to September

Is Crater Lake Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Crater Lake? No.

Is Fishing Permitted in Crater Lake? Yes.

Learn More About Crater Lake National Park Regulations Here.

South Carolina National Parks

Congaree National Park

Size: 26,476 Acres
Best Time To Visit: March-June, October-November

Is Congaree Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Congaree? No.

Learn More About Congaree National Park Regulations Here.

South Dakota National Parks

Badlands National Park


Size: 242,756 Acres
Best Time To Visit: April to May, September to October

Is Badlands Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Badlands? No

Learn More About Badlands National Park Regulations Here.

Wind Cave National Park

Wind Cave National Park

Size: 33,971 Acres
Best Time To Visit: March to September

Is Wind Cave Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Wind Cave? No

Learn More About Wind Cave National Park Regulations Here.

Tennessee National Parks

Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Size: 522,427 Acres
Best Time To Visit: June to November

Is Great Smoky Mountains Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Great Smoky Mountains? No.

Learn More About Great Smoky Mountains National Park Regulations Here.

Texas National Parks

Big Bend National Park

Size: 801,163 Acres
Best Time To Visit: March to May, September to October

Is Big Bend Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Big Bend? No

Learn More About Big Bend National Park Regulations Here.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park


Size: 76,293 Acres
Best Time To Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Guadalupe Mountains Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Guadalupe Mountains? No

Learn More About Guadalupe Mountains National Park Regulations Here.

Utah National Parks

Arches National Park


Size: 76,679 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Arches Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Arches? No

Learn More About Arches National Park Regulations Here.

Bryce Canyon National Park


Size: 35,835 Acres
Best Time to Visit: April to October

Is Bryce Canyon Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Bryce Canyon? No

Learn More About Bryce Canyon National Park Regulations Here.

Canyonlands National Park


Size: 257,640 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Canyonlands Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Canyonlands? No

Learn More About Canyonlands National Park Regulations Here.

Capitol Reef National Park


Size: 241,900 Acres
Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Is Capitol Reef Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Capitol Reef? No

Learn More About Capitol Reef National Park Regulations Here.

Zion National Park


Size: 147,243 Acres
Best Time to Visit: April to October

Is Zion Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Zion? No

Learn More About Zion National Park Regulations Here.

Virgin Islands National Parks

U.S. Virgin Islands National Park

Size: 15,052 Acres
Best Time to Visit: December to April

Is U.S. Virgin Islands Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in U.S. Virgin Islands? No

Learn More About U.S. Virgin Islands National Park Regulations Here.

Virginia National Parks

Shenandoah National Park


Size: 199,224 Acres
Best Time To Visit: September to November

Is Shenandoah Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Shenandoah? No.

Learn More About Shenandoah National Park Regulations Here.

Washington National Parks

Mount Rainier National Park


Size: 236,380 Acres
Best Time To Visit: July to September

Is Mount Rainier Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Mount Rainier? No.

Learn More About Mount Rainier National Park Regulations Here.

North Cascades National Park

Size: 505,000 Acres
Best Time To Visit: June to October

Is North Cascades Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in North Cascades? Yes, in designated areas of the complex.

Learn More About North Cascades National Park Regulations Here.

Olympic National Park

Size: 922,651 Acres
Best Time To Visit: June to September

Is Olympic Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Olympic? Not in the National Park, but you can find hunting opportunities in Olympic National Forest.

Learn More About Olympic National Park Regulations Here.

West Virginia National Parks

New River Gorge National Park

Size: 72,808 Acres
Best Time To Visit: April to October

Is New River Gorge Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in New River Gorge? Yes, in designated hunting areas.

Learn More About New River Gorge National Park Regulations Here.

Wyoming National Parks

Grand Teton National Park

Size: 310,444 Acres
Best Time To Visit: June to September

Is Grand Teton Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Grand Teton? Yes, during Elk Hunting Season.
Typically this will start around early November through early December.

Learn More About Grand Teton National Park Regulations Here.

Yellowstone National Park

Size: 2.2 Million Acres
Best Time To Visit: July to October

Is Yellowstone Gun-Friendly? Yes.

Is Hunting Permitted in Yellowstone? No.

Learn More About Yellowstone National Park Regulations Here.

Units in the National Park System That Allow Hunting as a Recreational Sport

  1. Texas’s Amistad National Recreation Area
  2. Aniakchak National Preserve, Alaska
  3. Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
  4. Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland/Virginia
  5. Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Alaska
  6. Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve
  7. The Bighorn Canyon National Preserve is in both Montana and Wyoming.
  8. The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is in Kentucky and Tennessee.
  9. Texas’ Big Thicket National Preserve
  10. Bluestone National Scenic River, West Virginia
  11. Arkansas, Buffalo National River
  12. Florida’s Canaveral National Seashore
  13. Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts (not required)*
  14. Cape Hatteras National Seashore, North Carolina
  15. Cape Lookout National Seashore, North Carolina
  16. Oklahoma’s Chickasaw National Recreation Area
  17. Idaho’s City of Rocks National Reserve
  18. ID Craters of the Moon National Preserve
  19. Colorado’s Curecanti National Recreation Area (no enabling act; by cooperative agreement)
  20. Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA
  21. National Recreation Area Delaware Water Gap, NJ/PA
  22. Alaska’s Denali National Preserve
  23. New York’s Fire Island National Seashore
  24. Gates of the Arctic National Preserve, Alaska
  25. Gateway National Recreation Area, New Jersey/New York
  26. West Virginia’s Gauley River National Recreation Area
  27. Glacier Bay National Preserve, Alaska
  28. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Arizona and Utah
  29. Great Egg Harbor River, NJ, is wild and beautiful.
  30. Great Sand Dunes National Preserve, Colorado
  31. AL, MS, FL Gulf Islands National Seashore
  32. Hagermann Fossil Beds National Monument, Idaho (waterfowl only over Snake River)
  33. Louisiana’s Jean Lafitte National Historic Park (Barataria Marsh Unit only)
  34. Wyoming’s John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway
  35. Katmai National Preserve, Alaska
  36. Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, ME (only a small section, by Presidential Proclamation)
  37. Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Washington
  38. Lake Clark National Preserve, Alaska
  39. Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona and Nevada
  40. Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, Texas
  41. Washington’s Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area (by cooperative agreement)
  42. AL Little River Canyon National Preserve
  43. NE/SD Missouri National Recreational River
  44. California’s Mojave National Preserve
  45. Niobrara Scenic River, Nebraska
  46. Noatak National Preserve, Alaska
  47. Wild and Scenic River, West Virginia
  48. Oregon Caves National Preserve,
  49. Missouri’s Ozark National Scenic Riverway
  50. Padre Island National Seashore, Texas (waterfowl only, over Laguna Madre)
  51. California’s Point Reyes National Seashore (discretionary)
  52. Michigan’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
  53. Rio Grande River in Texas is wild and beautiful (outside of the Big Bend NP only)
  54. Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Washington
  55. National Lakeshore Sleeping Bear Dunes, MI
  56. St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Minnesota and Wisconsin
  57. Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve, Kansas (discretionary)
  58. Timicuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, FL
  59. Upper Delaware Recreational and Scenic River, NY and PA
  60. National Preserve Valles Caldera, New Mexico
  61. California Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
  62. Wrangell-St. Elias National Preserve, Alaska
  63. Yukon-Charley National Preserve, Alaska

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