These are often supervised by the Public Park Administration and assigned for their consistent excellence, various environments, or various causes.
For individuals in the future, they keep a sizable portion of the US's most breathtaking scenes.
Yellowstone was the primary public park in the US and was approved for regulation by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872.
From that point forward, numerous public parks have been added, with the endured public park added being New Waterway Crevasse in West Virginia.
What will be the 64th public stop for the US is the question, then.