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May 27, 2021

[Answer] Which are the only two U.S. national parks located within three states?

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...1. Yellowstone National Park and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park 2. Zion National Park and Arches National Park 3. Badlands National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park 4. Death Valley National Park and Big Bend National Park




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Yellowstone National Park and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park - Yellowstone National Park lies mostly within the state of Wyoming but stretches into Montana and Idaho. Three of the park’s five entrances are located in Montana. The Idaho section of the park is just 50 square miles and is quite remote. Cumberland Gap National Historical Park includes land in Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee. The park encompasses the area around a crucial gateway through the Cumberland Mountains for westward migration. A hike to Tri-State Peak allows you to stand on the point where the three states’ borders meet.:


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