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What is the Southeast's best Nat'l Park?

  • Big Bend Nat'l Park, TX

    Votes: 5 12.2%
  • Biscayne Nat'l Park, FL

    Votes: 2 4.9%
  • Dry Totugas Nat'l Park, FL

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Everglades Nat'l Park, FL

    Votes: 6 14.6%
  • Great Smoky Mountains Nat'l Park, NC-TN

    Votes: 19 46.3%
  • Guadalupe Mountains Nat'l Park, TX

    Votes: 1 2.4%
  • Hot Springs Nat'l Park, AR

    Votes: 2 4.9%
  • Mammoth Cave Nat'l Park, KY

    Votes: 4 9.8%
  • Shenandoah Nat'l Park, VA

    Votes: 2 4.9%
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yup, the smokies have gone downhill in the past 20 years. still a great park, but sad.

Congaree's pretty cool, too.

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orulz said:
I'd have to say that the Smokies are pretty amazing, but the entire region is at risk due to rising pollution problems. The 100-mile vistas common until the mid 20th century are now a thing of the past.
Really? I went there about two years ago, and we were able to see Mount Mitchell from Clingman's Dome.
 

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How about the good-ole Okeefenokee Swamp in South Georgia. There are tons of habits in this park and it has some of the highest diversity of Plant/Animal life in the continental USA. The Everglades is amazing too, and thats what I voted for.
 

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scguy said:
How about the good-ole Okeefenokee Swamp in South Georgia. There are tons of habits in this park and it has some of the highest diversity of Plant/Animal life in the continental USA. The Everglades is amazing too, and thats what I voted for.
The Okefenokee isn't a Nat'l Park, it's a "Nat'l Wildlife Refuge" or something like that.
Though this gives me an idea for another thread. :naughty:
 
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