The only state that does not have a national park, seashore, battlefield, memorials or monument is Delaware. This is interesting since the state is steeped in history, having been one of the thirteen colonies during the Revolutionary War and the first state to ratify the United States Constitution. Long story short, if you’re looking to find a job with the National Park Services in Delaware, look elsewhere.
Delaware – No National Parks
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