What’s the point of traveling without capturing the perfect “Insta’ pic?” Scenic destinations such as the Grand Canyon likely come to mind as being the most visited and photographed places, but the national park in the U.S. with the most hashtags per acre is Gateway Arch National Park.
Considering the park’s overall size, Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis comes first. The reasoning is that sitting on a little over 90 acres and having over 11,000 tags on Instagram means the likelihood of capturing an epic sharable image, free of crowds, is high.
Famous for its hoodoos and breathtaking red rock scenic vistas, Bryce Canyon comes in second place. With over 700,000 hashtags and almost 36,000 acres of wide-open spaces, visitors can likely get the perfect picture while visiting.