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Which US National Park Should You Visit in March?

With winter finally drawing to a close, Arches National Park takes on a strange and otherworldly appearance. The combination of this and the Delicate Arch creates a scene that will stay with you forever.

1. Arches National Park

Wildlife such as mountain lions, bighorn cattle, foxes, and many others call Zion National Park home as well.

2. Zion National Park

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3.  Big Bend National Park

March is the busiest month of the year at Big Bend National Park because of its widespread fame. You should reserve your hotel room close the park as soon as possible.

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4. Channels Islands National Park

The five islands that make up Channel Islands National Park provide more diversity than is found in most other national parks.


Bryce Canyon National Park is at its finest in March. This is because, despite the colder temps, there are typically fewer people there.

5. Bryce Canyon National Park

Because the trails are broad enough for bikes and motorcycles, the park remains popular for hikers even when the temperature drops in March.

6. Shenandoah National Park

At Carlsbad Caverns, you can explore caves full of prehistoric fossils, skeletons of animals, and objects from other cultures. In March, fewer people visit the park.

7. Carlsbad Caverns National Park

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8. Saguaro National Park

The month of March is ideal for a trip to Saguaro. There is little precipitation and the temps are mild.