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U.S. State Park High Points

Highlighting only Selected Well-Known State Parks

RankLand NamePeak Elev-M State
10.Picacho Peak State ParkPicacho Peak1027Arizona
20.Petit Jean State ParkStouts Point320Arkansas
1.Mount San Jacinto State ParkSan Jacinto Peak3304California
7.Baxter State ParkKatahdin1606Maine
11.Mount Blue State ParkMount Blue969Maine
18.Camden Hills State ParkMount Megunticook422Maine
3.Mount Washington State ParkMount Washington1917New Hampshire
12.Cardigan State ParkMount Cardigan952New Hampshire
14.Mount Sunapee State ParkSunapee Mountain831New Hampshire
16.Miller State ParkPack Monadnock Mountain695New Hampshire
17.High Point State ParkHigh Point550New Jersey
5.Adirondack State ParkMount Marcy1629New York
9.Catskill State ParkSlide Mountain1274New York
2.Mount Mitchell State ParkMount Mitchell2037North Carolina
8.Black Mesa State ParkBlack Mesa1516Oklahoma
13.Blue Knob State ParkBlue Knob951Pennsylvania
19.Radnor Lake State ParkDavidson County High Point354Tennessee
4.Mount Spokane State ParkMount Spokane1793Washington
6.Mount Pilchuck State ParkMount Pilchuck1628Washington
15.Moran State ParkMount Constitution734Washington

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List Description

This list in no way attempts to show the thousands of state parks in the United States. It shows only a selected set with notable mountains. Since the federal government owns most of the significant mountainous terrain in the United States, and private landowners most of the remainder, there is very little land in the individual state park systems with serious topography.

Note that some of the parks on this list, notably Mount Mitchell and Mount Washington State Parks, are small enclaves surrounded by National Forest land.

 


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