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Yellowstone & Grand Teton Remain Top Destinations

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(MOOSE, Wyo)  Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks continue to be listed among the ten most popular national parks in the country.  Great Smokey Mountains National Park was the most popular with over nine-million visitors, but Yellowstone came in fourth place with nearly 3.2-million visitors – just behind Yosemite in California.  Grand Teton National Park was in eighth place with nearly 2.7-million visitors. Grand Teton Spokesperson Jackie Skaggs says she credits four things for the park’s popularity: its stunning scenery with the Teton Range, its iconic wildlife, its wide variety of recreational opportunities, and the intimacy of its many features within a relatively small area.

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