It seems that your vacation of a lifetime nowadays isn’t complete without a picture posted to Instagram, Twitter or your favorite social media app that day. Well all the National Parks are beautiful and have great opportunities for that perfect social media picture, but a few stand out from the rest. Let’s see if you agree with my list.
5) Glacier National Park: Number 5 on our list is magnificent Glacier National Park in Montana. This National Park has stunning glaciers, bright blue lakes, gushing waterfalls, and ample wildlife. The opportunities for that perfect photograph are nearly endless.
Amazing view in Glacier National Park
4) Crater Lake National Park: Next up on our list is breathtaking Crater Lake National Park in the fine state of Oregon. The contrasting colors of deep azure water, evergreen trees, and snowcapped volcanic caldera make for amazing photos that you won’t forget.
Wizard Island in Crater Lake National Park
3) Arches National Park: Sitting nicely at number 3 on our list is Utah’s Arches National Park. The clear blue sky matched up with gravity defying arches and rock formations makes for fabulous photograph opportunities. Your surely amp up your notifications with pictures from Arches National Park.
Broken Arch in Arches National Park
2) Dry Tortugas National Park: Number 2 on our list is the difficult to get to Dry Tortugas National Park. Only accessible by boat or seaplane, this National Park is located 60 miles west of Key West, Florida. What makes the photos so amazing here is the brick walls of Fort Jefferson and the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico. You’ll get some extra likes when you post a picture from here.
View out of a Fort Jefferson “window” out onto the beach.
1) Yellowstone National Park: America’s first National Park is also first on this list. The opportunities here for an iconic photo are nearly endless. The abundant wildlife, the shockingly vibrant colors of the hot springs, and the power of the geysers make this our most photogenic National Park. Make sure you take plenty of pictures on your next visit to Yellowstone National Park.
Microbes and water temperature cause the vibrant colors in Yellowstone’s hot springs.
*The cover photo is of the Gibbon River in Yellowstone National Park.