10 Best US National Parks for Seniors

Badlands National Park (South Dakota)

Badlands National Park is the most accessible national park in South Dakota. The Badlands attract visitors from around the world, offering a variety of options for camping, hiking, or simply basking in the "rugged beauty" of the park.

Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)

Aging, the second most accessible national park, is a great option for older adults. The entire South Rim has a paved walking trail, but it can also be driven, and is only seen by about 10 percent of visitors.

Yosemite National Park (California)

Yosemite is a great option for visitors of all ages, with specific benefits for older adults, especially if you don't want to overdo it on foot. The entire Yosemite Valley is visitable. Yosemite also offers guided bus tours year-round.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hawaii)

A mainstay on Hawaii travel bucket lists, If you're looking for a great national park for seniors, look no further than Hawaii Volcanoes National Park This picturesque park has some of the most stunning views in Hawaii.

Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)

Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is truly one of the most isolated places in the world. In fact, Marland argues that Bryce Canyon has ample off-roading opportunities for "people of all abilities." Utah also has an entire creation for young adults to travel.

Saguaro National Park (Arizona)

Arizona is Saguaro National Park, a good option for anyone over 75 to see beautiful Southwest scenery. And spring is the best time to visit for those who want to avoid "extreme temperatures.

Acadia National Park (Maine)

Acadia National Park in Maine has beautiful seaside scenery. You can choose to drive up and down the park's coast, or you can take a wheelchair-accessible shuttle. Take a range-led boat tour or commercial whale watching tour. Travel.

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