What Is a State Park?

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According to the dictionary, a state park is a considerably large park owned by a US state usually in an area of natural beauty.
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A state park is a large park owned and managed by a US state. The government preserves these parks for recreational purposes, natural beauty and historic interest. State parks can also be found in Mexico.
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The biggest area of the park is located in Wyoming state, but parts of Yellowstone Park are also found in Idaho and Montana. It has an area of over 2.2 million acres.
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Yosemite National Park in located in Northern California.
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