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Visit a National Park this Presidents Day

These scenic wonders not only showcase stunning landscapes but also pay tribute to our nation's leaders.

Presidents Day isn’t just about long weekends and sales (although Free Country is having a great one!). It's also an opportunity to honor America’s history and natural beauty. One of the best ways to do this is by visiting national parks that pay tribute to former presidents. From rugged mountains to serene forests, these spots offer a unique blend of scenic wonders and historical significance. Learn about the legacies—both positive and controversial—of these former commanders-in-chief while soaking up some breathtaking scenery. Be sure to check out the National Park Service for even more presidential sites across the country.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial
This iconic monument features the faces of four presidents—George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln—carved into the granite mountainside. Prepare to be awestruck by the colossal sculptures: It's a jaw-dropping tribute to American history and craftsmanship.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
In rural central Kentucky, this historical park is the first memorial dedicated to honoring the 16th president. Visitors can explore exhibits on Lincoln's life and legacy, including a replica of the simple log cabin where he was born. The park also boasts opportunities for picnicking and hiking along the Boundary Oak Trail and Big Sink Trail.

Jimmy Carter National Historical Park
Situated in his hometown of Plains, Georgia, this historical park offers a deeper understanding of the life and work of the 39th president. Explore Carter's childhood home and farm, visit his alma mater at Plains High School (now a museum), and discover the railroad depot, which served as his campaign headquarters during the 1976 election.

Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site
Located in Hyde Park, New York, this site preserves the sprawling estate of the longest-serving president in U.S. history—and the only one to serve four terms. Tour the house and museum, then explore the exhibits at the nation’s first Presidential Library. Plus, there are more than a thousand acres of gardens and trails to meander through.

George Washington Memorial Parkway
Take a scenic drive along this historic 25-mile parkway, which serves up stunning views of the Potomac River and honors America's first president. But it’s not just any road; it's a national memorial that connects more than 20 park sites, historic homes, monuments and even wildlife preserves.