The Best Wildlife National Parks in the U.S.

U.S. Wildlife National Parks

Discover the top wildlife parks with a large variety of wildlife and awesome scenery that can be experienced in a variety of ways including; hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and camping.

Outside of Africa, the United States is rich with great wildlife national parks that provide excellent photo opportunities, wildlife experiences, and outdoor excitement for that out of the ordinary vacation.

The wildlife at US National parks are home to many varieties of wildlife including, bison, both brown and grizzly bears, wild horses, grey wolves, elk, mountain lion, and much more.

The Five Best Wildlife National Parks in the United States

Florida Everglades

Florida Everglades National Park
The Florida Everglades in the United States is one of the best kept wilderness secrets. It is home to several endangered species and other wildlife in the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States

Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

Isle Royale National Park, Michigan
Isle Royale, although the nations least visited national park, is probably the most repeat visited national park and is enjoyed by people who value it's pristine wilderness, abundant wildlife, second growth forests, clear lakes, and rugged scenic shores

Katmai National Park

Katmai National Park, Alaska
Alaska's Katmai National Park is what you think about when you think about Alaska. It' famous for it's active volcanoes, brown bears, awesome fresh water sport fishing, and rugged wilderness with North America's highest concentration of prehistoric human dwellings.

Roosevelt National Park

Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota

One of the best places in the lower U.S. for seeing wildlife, especially wild herds of buffalo. At the Park you will learn about President Teddy Roosevelt, a noted conservationist, and participate in soft adventure activities like hiking, horseback riding, camping, as well as exploring the wilderness, and seeing wild herds of bison, elk, pronghorn, mule deer, white-tailed deer, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

At Yellowstone National Park you can find the largest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 states. The wildlife most enjoyed by visitors are grizzly and black bears, bison, gray wolves, moose, elk, fox, badgers, wild horses, pronghorn, and otters.

Every other month brings a mix of options as the park prepares for, settles into, and then digs out of winter. Once roads open for the summer season, they are not gated at night and people may enter/exit the park 24 hours a day, seven days a week.