50 Best State Parks Around The US

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Connecticut: Kent Falls State Park

This park is centered around cascading waterfalls that guide you to the Housatonic River. The best time to visit Kent Falls is right after a rainstorm or as the snow melts in the springtime, which causes the stunning waterfalls to appear especially dramatic.

Delaware: Lums Pond State Park

Created surrounding one of Delaware’s most extensive freshwater ponds, Lums Pond is a marsh-like getaway known for having several different dragonfly species. Its visitors can hike or stroll through the park and around the lake.

But they can also take a paddleboat, canoe, or kayak on the pond itself. There’s also a Treetop Course for ziplining for adventure seekers.

Florida: Ichetucknee Springs State Park

You can explore a different side of Florida when you visit the swamps and springs of this state’s interior. At Ichetucknee Springs, you can enjoy kayaking under the lush green trees or spend your day tubing down the river… favorite drink in hand, of course.

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