4 US National Parks to Catch this Summer’s Historic Full Solar Eclipse

4 US National Parks to Catch this Summer’s Historic Full Solar Eclipse

On August 21, millions of people around the United States can enjoy nature’s grandest show, a total eclipse of the sun, which will be visible along a roughly 67-mile-wide path across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina.

National parks offer some of the best viewpoints, making it easy to be a part of historical moment and #FindYourPark.

Now, more than ever, it is important to support our National Parks.

GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

(California)

congaree national park

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Congaree Nation Park

(South Carolina)

JEFFERSON NATIONAL EXPANSION MEMORIAL

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Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

(Missouri)

Cotton Field from Tour Road (1) STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD

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Stones River National Battlefield

(Kentucky)

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