Besides the nine national parks in California, the state has several other national park sites such as National Monuments, National Forests, National Recreational Areas and National Historic Sites.
Yosemite National Park is in the western part of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and is one of California’s most famous national parks.
The Redwood National and State Parks complex includes Redwood National Park, Del Norte Coast State Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park in Lassen County, northeastern California, is spread across 106,452 acres (43,079 ha)
Off California’s Pacific coast, Channel Islands National Park was established in 1980.
On the California–Nevada border east of the Sierra Nevada range, Death Valley National Park is the contiguous United States’ largest national park.
Pinnacles National Park is in Central California, east of Salinas Valley.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are adjacent parks in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountain range.
These parks have some of the most majestic scenery in the world, not just in California, and are known for its towering sequoia trees.
San Bernardino is a National Forest located in southern California, United States of America.