The Street View cars don’t often venture into American national parks. The coverage of the United States is fairly poor in general, and concentrates largely on urban areas.
But I poked and I prodded, and I managed to find a few little journeys through the parks of the USA. Here’s what I found. Come and join me.
The Joshua Tree National Park, southern California:
The Giant Sequoia National Park, California:
Googlecar unblurred, on the Manzanita Trail in Kings Canyon National Park:
More redwoods, in the Crystal Springs Trail area:
Angeles National Forest, California:
Death Valley National Park, southern California:
Yosemite National Park, northern California:
The cloud-misted Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming:
Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah:
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, complete with tenacious cyclist:
Everglades National Park, Florida:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee:
Bonus stretch-school-bus-from-HELLLL in the Smoky Mountains National Park:
Foliage in the Adirondacks, New York:
Not a national park, but noteworthy because it seems to be the northernmost StreetView location there is. North of Fairbanks, Alaska:
And the southernmost US Street View location: Atlantic Boulevard, Key West.