DWG Map US South-East part

The southeastern United States is home to a variety of national parks, each offering unique natural beauty, outdoor recreational opportunities, and cultural significance. Here are some of the national parks in the southeastern region and brief descriptions of what they have to offer:

  1. Great Smoky Mountains National Park (North Carolina/Tennessee):
    • The most visited national park in the United States, known for its lush forests, diverse wildlife, and the famous Appalachian Trail.
    • Offers hiking, camping, wildlife viewing, and numerous waterfalls, including Laurel Falls and Abrams Falls.
  2. Everglades National Park (Florida):
    • The largest tropical wilderness of any park in the country, known for its unique ecosystem, including sawgrass marshes, mangrove forests, and a variety of wildlife.
    • Visitors can explore the park by airboat, kayak, or on walking trails, and enjoy birdwatching and wildlife viewing, including alligators and manatees.
  3. Biscayne National Park (Florida):
    • Comprising 95% underwater, this park protects a unique marine environment with coral reefs, seagrass beds, and a diverse range of marine life.
    • Popular activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, and fishing. The park is known for its shipwrecks and vibrant underwater ecosystems.
  4. Shenandoah National Park (Virginia):
    • This park is known for the scenic Skyline Drive, which offers breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, along with numerous hiking trails, including the famous Appalachian Trail.
    • Visitors can enjoy camping, wildlife viewing, waterfalls, and fall foliage.
  5. Congaree National Park (South Carolina):
    • Protects one of the largest intact old-growth bottomland hardwood forests in the southeastern United States.
    • Offers hiking, kayaking, and canoeing through the lush floodplains, with opportunities to spot wildlife such as owls, deer, and river otters.
  6. Cumberland Island National Seashore (Georgia):
    • A beautiful barrier island with pristine beaches, salt marshes, and maritime forests.
    • Activities include hiking, camping, beachcombing, and birdwatching. The island is also home to wild horses.
  7. Mammoth Cave National Park (Kentucky):
    • Home to the world’s longest cave system, with more than 400 miles of explored passageways.
    • Visitors can take guided cave tours to explore the stunning underground formations, as well as enjoy hiking, camping, and horseback riding on the surface.
  8. Gulf Islands National Seashore (Florida/Mississippi):
    • Encompasses a series of barrier islands, offering beautiful white sandy beaches, historic forts, and diverse wildlife.
    • Popular activities include swimming, snorkeling, camping, and exploring historic sites like Fort Pickens and Fort Massachusetts.

These national parks in the southeastern United States showcase the region’s rich natural beauty and provide a wide range of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re interested in hiking, camping, wildlife watching, or simply appreciating the stunning landscapes, there’s something for everyone in these parks.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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