I suppose there are probably a few National Park experts around TDPRI. I'm not one of them. And of course, this doesn't have to be confined to the US, as many nations have the foresight to set aside amazing areas for the enjoyment of all. I happened to be doing some volunteer research on google Earth, trying to locate possible sites included in the famous frog hunting expedition described in Steinbeck's Cannery Row - which include a river pond beneath a cliff along the Carmel River. In switching between 2D and 3D mode, I stumbled on Pinnacles National Park. Apparently, it used to be a National Monument, but got "promoted" to National Park status. The park became a release and management site for the California condor in 2003. Here's a video: https://www.nps.gov/media/video/view.htm?id=9C5DA912-1DD8-B71B-0BD81A093F099067 How about y'all? Got any tips on National Parks that might be a little off the radar? I think most of us have heard about Yellowstone, or Rocky Mountain or Yosemite or similar.