Can you guess the correct name of a National Park based off one picture?

Do you consider yourself a true adventurer? Have you been to one or all of the national parks? This quiz is here to put you to the test. These beauties of nature are easily recognizable to the trained eye. But how good is your eye? Did you know these fun facts about the national parks? The National Park Service protects over 84 million acres of of wild landscapes and historical sites? Wow! That's a lot of land. That's larger than the size of all of Italy! Three of the ten highest waterfalls are located in Yosemite National Park in California. The tallest of all of them is Ribbon Falls, which is 9 times taller than Niagara Falls. The smallest national park is Hot Springs National park at around 5,500 acres. Which is smaller than most cities in the US. But not as small as you would think. It is still the size of around 4,100 football fields. The Great Smokey Mountains National Park is the most visited park with over 9 million visitors each year. Which is over double the visitors yearly of the Grand Canyon! The lowest points in the Western Hemisphere can also be found in the national parks. With Badwater Basin in Death Valley coming in at 282 feet below sea level that's the equivalent length of 3 professional sized basketball courts under sea level. The hottest ever day recorded in Death Valley clocked in at a whopping 134 degrees Fahrenheit! No wonder where they got the name. However there are still a wide array of animals that live in Death Valley from lizards and snakes to mountain lions and desert bighorn sheep. How well do you know your national parks? Well take the test to find out. Be sure to share with your friends to see if they know as much as you. Don't forget to check out all our other content to stay up to date on all the fun.