5 Must See US State Parks for your Bucket List

5 Must See US State Parks for your Bucket List

Whether you have been to any of these state parks or not, these are some must see favorites to visit during any season of the year for locals and tourists around the world. Enjoy the nature around you, or simply go for a run. Best part of it? They're all free to enter!

1. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve


Located in La Jolla, San Diego, California, this park exuberates great atmosphere from the shorelines to the hiking trails.

2. Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park

Arizona is the home of many beautiful distinct parks, but what separates this one from any other is that it contains the oldest and largest botanical garden in the state of Arizona.

3. Central Park


Okay, so we all know Central Park was going to have to make the cut as the top 5. This is a photo I took back in December before snow covered it up entirely. However, you can see fall slowly transitioning into winter by the stripped trees and leaves on the ground.

4. Deering Estate Park

The Deering Estate park in South Florida is unique in its own because there is a lot of rich history behind the name itself. Many events such as weddings and festivals are held all year round due to its vastness and beauty of it.

5. Fall Creek Falls State Park

The photo easily depicts why this Tennessee park is a must see; but more than that, It contains one of the tallest waterfalls in Eastern of the United States.