Test your knowledge of the locales of some of America’s famous national parks. Name the state where each park is located (Don’t worry. We’ll give you a few clues.)
5) Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the borders of two states. One is North Carolina. Name the other. (Hint: This state also is known for country-western music.)
The Everglades National Park, known for its wetland plants, is in this state. Other attractions in the state are Disney World and the Kennedy Space Center.
You can’t miss the Grand Canyon in this state, where the sun shines 85 percent of the time.
This state is home to the Statue of Liberty, which is located in a port city where Wall Street and Broadway aren’t too far away.
Answer: New York
Yosemite National Park is famed for its giant, ancient sequoia trees. Its home state also is where you will find Hollywood and Silicon Valley.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the borders of two states. One is North Carolina. Name the other. (Hint: This state also is known for country-western music.)
Grand Teton National Park — a popular destination for skiing, hiking, backcountry camping and fishing — is in this state. And Yellowstone National Park isn’t too far away from the Teton mountains.