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Sep 21, 2022

[Answer] Where is the largest state park in the contiguous U.S.?

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...1. California 2. New York 3. Nevada 4. Texas




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New York - New York’s Adirondack Park covers more than six million acres — making it the largest U.S. state park and largest publicly protected land area of any kind in the lower 48 states. (National parks are a different story: The largest national park in the lower 48 is California’s 3.4-million-acre Death Valley National Park.) But Adirondack Park is bigger than Death Valley and Yellowstone combined; it’s about the size of the entire state of Vermont. Only half of the six million acres are fully owned and protected by the state of New York, however. Like some other states and some foreign countries, New York uses a state park system that includes private land under certain restrictions. :


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