America's 58 National Parks
Experience America's national parks, breathtakingly filmed in High Definition! Mr. Dennis Burkhart has not only filmed every national park during his lifetime, he is the first to film all 58 parks in High Definition. As a young man, Mr. Burkhart served as a National Park interpreter. As a producer and director for Questar, PBS, Discovery Channel, NBC, and the Travel Channel, Dennis has filmed in Nepal, Australia, Alaska, Hawaii, Cook Islands, Easter Island, France, England, Kenya, India, Egypt, and China—documenting culture, people, wildlife, and landscapes. This series will deliver the entirety of America's National Parks like never before.
S01:E01 - Acadia National Park
Maine - Beautiful coastline with plants, animals, and the tallest mountain on the east coast.
S01:E02 - American Samoa National Park
An island park located on three volcanoes, with tropical rainforest, beaches, and coral reefs? You can find, all of this and more at the American Samoa National Park!
S01:E03 - Arches National Park
In this segment of America's 58 National Parks, we come to find nature is the architect at Arches Nation Park. Located in Canyon Country of southeastern Utah, Arches features incredible formations and natural arches all as a result of erosion.
S01:E04 - Badlands National Park
Badlands National Park has been shaped and reshaped by massive forces of erosion over time, defining this magnificent, yet treacherous landscape. Located in southwest South Dakota, tourists from all over visit Badlands for the colored rocks, pinnacles, and spires,
S01:E05 - Big Bend National Park
America's 58 National Parks explores Big Bend, located in southwest Texas. This mountain range surrounded by weather-beaten desert is the home to nearly 5,000 different kinds of species.
S01:E06 - Biscayne National Park
America's 58 National Parks focuses on Biscayne National Park, anchored in the Florida Keys. A majority of the 200 plus square miles are covered by water, making it one of the largest marine parks in the marine park system.
S01:E07 - Black Canyon National Park
Black Canyon of the Gunnison, located in west central Colorado, is known for its incredible views, sheer rock walls, narrows, and startling depths.The landscape's steep, narrow rock walls are often covered in shadows, giving it its name "Black Canyon."
S01:E08 - Bryce Canyon National Park
America's 58 National Parks explores a dream world of multi-colored rock pedestals at Bryce Canyon, located in Southwestern Utah. The parks 35,000 acres boasts large rock pinnacles, steep narrow canyons, spires and snow packed trails.
S01:E09 - Canyonlands National Park
Located in the southeastern part of Utah, Canyonlands National Park is rich in canyons and sheer sandstone cliffs. The park features widening labyniths of rusted and white pattered rock and ancient Indian ruins.
S01:E10 - Capitol Reef National Park
Located in the south-central region of Utah, Capitol Reef National Park boasts cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges. As a result of subterrainean turbulence, massive layers of rock have been forced up, warping the earth's crust and creating a hundred miles of wrinkled ridge.
S01:E11 - Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Carlsbad Caverns National Park located in southeastern New Mexico features several limestone caves. Large stalagmites rising from the floor and stalactites forming from the ceiling are all a result of ions slowly dripping water and sulfuric acid.
S01:E12 - Channel Islands National Park
Just off the shore of Santa Barbara in the central coast lies Channel Islands National Park, the home to many primitive hiking trails and campsites with breathtaking ocean views. This sheltered chain of islands known as "America's Galapagos" can only be reached by water or air.
S01:E13 - Congaree National Park
Just 20 miles north of South Carolina's capitol is 26,000 acres of preserved wetland forest known as Congaree National Park. The park's sleepy Congaree River flows through the primeval forest landscape which provides sanctuary to its wetlands wildlife.
S01:E14 - Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park, located in the southern region of Oregon, boasts 180,000 acres of forest and jagged, volcanic cliffs. Its most notable feature, however, is the deep blue lake as result of a volcanic eruption.
S01:E15 - Cuyahoga National Park
Located in northeastern Ohio is 33,000 acres of protected land known as Cuyahoga National Park. Along the winding Cuyahoga River, this park features waterfalls, hills, ravines, and rolling flood plains. The park is also known for its historical importance.
S01:E16 - Death Valley National Park
Death Valley National Park is known for its barren dunes, below sea level basin, and richness in history. This once mineral mining area is the hottest place in North America.
S01:E18 - Dry Tortugas National Park
70 miles west of Key West, off the Florida coast, is the caribbean island known as Dry Tortugas National Park. With 100 square miles of ocean speckled with 7 small islands, the park is a remote coastal getaway is known for its historic masonry fort and prestine coral reefs.
S01:E19 - Everglades National Park
Located in the southern region of Florida, Everglades National Park is a long river of grass with knolls of hardwood trees. These swampy shallows are abundant with all kinds of wildlife including alligators, crocodiles, turtles, birds, and corral reefs.
S01:E20 - Gates of the Arctic National Park
Here you will find some of the wild rivers of Alaska, along with glacier-carved valleys, age-old trails still migrated by caribou, and endless summer-lit nights.
S01:E21 - Glacier Bay National Park
Over 3 million acres of rugged mountains, dynamic glaciers, saturated rainforest, wild coastlines, and deep fjords awaits you at Glacier Bay National Park!
S01:E22 - Glacier National Park
With over 700 miles of trails, pristine forests, alpine meadows, spectacular lakes, and historic chalets., the Glacier National Park has beauties that are second to none!
S01:E23 - Grand Canyon National Park
Beloved around the globe as an iconic symbol of America, the sights and sounds of the Grand Canyon, as well as the opportunities for outdoor activities, dazzle like nothing else on Earth!
S01:E24 - Grand Teton National Park
The Tetons contain over 200 miles of trails, however you also have the choice of floating down the Snake River, as well. This is not a park to miss with its extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and rugged alpine terrain.
S01:E25 - Great Basin National Park
Experience the solitude of the desert, and the darkest of night skies, all from the beautiful vistas of Great Basin National Park!
S01:E26 - Great Sand Dunes National Park
Experience America's national parks, breathtakingly filmed in High Definition! Mr. Dennis Burkhart has not only filmed every national park during his lifetime, he is the first to film all 58 parks in High Definition. This series will deliver the entirety of America's National Parks like never before.
S01:E27 - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Tennessee/North Carolina - At the Great Smokies you can behold the abundant beauty of its ancient mountains, and the variety of plant and animal life to be found there.
S01:E28 - Guadalupe Mountains National Park
When you visit the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, you'll experience the thrill of hiking and back-packing in one of the nation’s most pristine wilderness parks!
S01:E29 - Haleakala National Park
Stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rainforests, are the lush backdrop for Hawaii's Haleakala National Park!
S01:E30 - Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Stand in awe before the power of an eruption, and witness new land form before your very eyes from Earth's molten furnace of life.
S01:E31 - Hot Springs National Park
Hot Springs National Park, located outside the capitol of Arkansas, boasts 47 thermal flowing springs. These soothing waters attract over a million visitors a year who come to bathe in what is believed to be healing waters which bubble up to nearly 143 degrees.
S01:E32 - Isle Royale National Park
Isle Royale National Park, located off the shoreline of Minnesota, is a 45 mile long island, making it the largest island in the Great Lakes. This rugged and remote island, only reachable by boat, boasts an abundance of wildlife including wolves and moose.
S01:E33 - Joshua Tree National Park
In California's Mojave, nearly 800,000 acres of desert land known as Joshua Tree National Park resides. The park's elevation creates a unique habitat, giving the region its famous bizarre shaped trees and fantasy-like geological features.
S01:E34 - Katmai National Park
Noted for its volcanoes, brown bear population, tranquil waterways, abundant fish, and rugged coastline, Katmai National Park is a sight to be seen!
S01:E35 - Kenai Fjords National Park
Kenai Fjords National Park contains forty flowing glaciers, wildlife thriving in icy waters, and lush forests home to the native Alutiiq people!
S01:E36 - Kobuk Valley National Park
In Kobuk Valley National Park you can see a half-million caribou migrate over sand dunes, the Kobuk River, and Onion Portage!
S01:E37 - Lake Clark National Park
At Lake Clark National Park, amidst the steam of volcanoes, salmon run the rivers, bears forage for sustenance, craggy mountains tower overhead, and turquoise lakes glisten in the sunlight.
S01:E38 - Lassen Volcanic National Park
In Northern California you can explore the wonders, mysteries and volcanic landscape's of Lassen Volcanic National Park!
S01:E39 - Mammoth Cave National Park
The world’s largest cave with 390 miles of passages already explored, and more to come, when you come to Mammoth Cave National Park!
S01:E40 - Mesa Verde National Park
Colorado is the home to one the best preserved archeological sites in the U.S. known as Mesa Verde National Park. Aside from the beautiful juniper woodlands, the park is best known for its human history. Mesa Verde protects all original pueblos, pit houses, kivas, cliff dwellings, and mercenary towers that have been built by stone-age people or "Ancestral Puebloans."
S01:E41 - Mt. Rainier National Park
Washington - An active volcano surrounded by sub-alpine wildflower meadows, this is the back drop for the beauty of Mt. Rainier National Park!
S01:E42 - North Cascades
Jagged peaks crowned by 300 glaciers, and waterfalls cascading into deep valleys. All of this and more await you at North Cascades National Park!
S01:E43 - Olympic National Park
Mountain vistas, meadows of wildflowers, and colorful ocean tide pools, all await you at Olympic National Park!
S01:E44 - Petrified Forest
Petrified Forest National Park is a 13,000 year old park of scientific wonder. Once a swampy, tropical forest, this park is now miles of desert covered in wood that has been turned to stone as a result of a remarkable chemical reaction overtime.
S01:E46 - Redwood National Park
Along Highway 1 on the California coastline are several miles of Redwood trees and forestry known as Redwood National Park. This unspoiled coastline full of lagoons, lighthouses, and beaches, is also the home to among some of the tallest and oldest trees in the world.
S01:E48 - Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National park, located along the Arizona-Mexico border, is 91,000 protected acres of desert and home to America's largest cacti. Arizona-Mexico. These tall cacti unique to this park can grow up to 50 feet in height and are considered a royal icon of the American Southwest.
S01:E49 - Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park
Sequoia and King's Canyon National Park are located back to back along the Sierra Nevadas, but these twin-like parks are distinctly their own. Sequoia National Park is the second oldest national park, boasting large groves of sequoia trees that reach shocking heights, making them the largest and oldest living things on earth. King's Canyon, being the younger park, plunges into one of the deepest canyons in the US.
S01:E50 - Shenandoah National Park
Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, and quiet woods, all of this and more await you at Shenandoah National Park!
S01:E51 - Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Known as the rugged badlands. This North Dakota located National Park, was named for our Nation's twenty-sixth President!
S01:E52 - Virgin Islands National Park
Experience breath taking beaches, beautiful hills and valleys, and the alluring island of St. John!
S01:E53 - Voyagers National Park
At Voyagers National Park, you can touch rocks half as old as the world in boreal forest!
S01:E54 - Wind Cave National Park
Prairie Grass, forested hillsides with bison, elk, prairie dogs, and one of the world's longest caves, all await you in Wind Cave National Park!
S01:E55 - Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Containing 13.2 million acres, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is America’s largest national park. An adventure seekers dream.
S01:E56 - Yellowstone National Park
Home to the world-famous Old Faithful geyser, Mammoth Hot Springs, and Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park contains the remarkable regions that became America's first national park!
S01:E57 - Yosemite National Park
Marvel at the vast natural wonderland that John Muir called home, and Teddy Roosevelt fought to preserve. It's a unique point of America, made public to all, in the heart of California.
S01:E58 - Zion National Park
Curious, massive sandstone monoliths, all at Zion National Park!
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