America's hidden gems: The 20 least-crowded national parks in 2009
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1. Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska( National Park Service )
Wild reindeer, called caribou, have been hunted in the same spot in Kobuk Valleys Onion Portage for the last 9,000 years. The park, which has no roads, trails, or campgrounds, is about 30 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Most park visitors are skilled back country explorers and locals who hunt caribou during the animals annual fall migration.
Visitors in 2009 (through August): 1,250