Happy 100th birthday to our National Parks! Our National Parks hold a special place in the hearts of many families and individuals. These parks are like visiting an old friend you haven’t seen in years! People from all over the world travel to the United States to see the brilliant sights of these parks.
The first National Park established was Yellowstone in 1872. Popular for its geothermal landscapes, geysers, and wildlife, it’s no wonder it became a National Park. Following Yellowstone was Yosemite (1890), Mount Rainier (1899), Crater Lake (1902), Zion (1919), Bryce Canyon (1928), Arches (1929) and many more. Today, the United States is home to 59 National Parks and 411 designated areas by the National Parks Service! Reminisce your nostalgic trip to your Park with Eric in his National Parks collection, which portrays the magnificence, brilliance, and beauty that God has created for us all to enjoy.