50 Best State Parks Around The US

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Arkansas: Devil’s Den State Park

Don’t let the name scare you off! In this park, wood and stone structures dot the landscape, which is full of surprises due to a handful of dark caverns and interesting rock formations.

While here, you can try mountain biking, hiking through the forest, or rent a boat and fish Lake Devil.

California: Crystal Cove State Park

This is the park where you’ll find one of the last remaining natural seashores in Orange County.

And since you’re already visiting, why not go for a dip in the Pacific Ocean, explore the tide pools when it’s low tide, or take a hike through the mountainous backcountry at this diverse park?

Colorado: Eldorado Canyon State Park

Climbing enthusiasts should head straight to Eldorado Canyon State Park, where they can climb and rappel on sandstone cliffs. Some are even up to 700ft high. The rocks are uneven and rough, so beginners shouldn’t attempt to climb these cliffs. It’s best for trained climbers.

Not to worry, though. There are many other fun activities you can enjoy in the area, including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and even cross-country skiing once the cold weather arrives.

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