CorelDraw Map US South-East part

The southeastern part of the United States is home to a diverse range of national parks, each offering unique natural beauty, cultural significance, and outdoor recreational opportunities. Here are some of the notable national parks in the Southeast:

  1. Great Smoky Mountains National Park (North Carolina and Tennessee):
    • Known for its misty mountains and diverse ecosystems.
    • Offers numerous hiking trails, waterfalls, and scenic overlooks.
    • Rich in cultural history with preserved log cabins and historic buildings.
  2. Everglades National Park (Florida):
    • The largest tropical wilderness of any major park in the U.S.
    • Comprises a unique ecosystem of swamps, marshes, and mangroves.
    • Home to various wildlife species, including alligators, manatees, and a variety of birds.
  3. Shenandoah National Park (Virginia):
    • Features the scenic Skyline Drive, a 105-mile road offering panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
    • Hiking trails like the Appalachian Trail and waterfalls like Dark Hollow Falls are popular attractions.
  4. Congaree National Park (South Carolina):
    • Known for its old-growth bottomland hardwood forest.
    • Offers boardwalks and trails for exploring the unique floodplain ecosystem.
  5. Biscayne National Park (Florida):
    • Encompasses underwater wonders including coral reefs and shipwrecks.
    • A paradise for snorkelers, divers, and boaters.
  6. Dry Tortugas National Park (Florida):
    • Comprises seven small islands and the historic Fort Jefferson.
    • Offers excellent snorkeling, bird-watching, and a glimpse into the area’s history.
  7. Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge (Georgia and Florida):
    • Not a national park but a large wilderness area known for its vast swamp.
    • Ideal for boating, wildlife viewing, and photography.
  8. Gulf Islands National Seashore (Florida and Mississippi):
    • Features beautiful beaches and historic forts.
    • Great for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring Civil War-era forts.
  9. Cumberland Island National Seashore (Georgia):
    • Known for its pristine beaches, maritime forests, and historic structures.
    • A haven for hikers, campers, and wildlife enthusiasts.
  10. Fort Sumter National Monument (South Carolina):
    • Commemorates the site of the first battle of the Civil War.
    • Visitors can explore the fort and its history via boat tours.

These national parks in the Southeast offer a wide range of outdoor activities and opportunities to connect with nature, from hiking and wildlife watching to water-based adventures. They also showcase the region’s cultural and historical significance, making them ideal destinations for both outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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