national park mystery spot

National Park Mystery Spot 48 Revealed: Never Try To Swim There

Duck hunters were way ahead on this one.

National Park Mystery Spot 48: Running The Boat Ashore

Two clues should be enough if you can think outside the box.

National Park Mystery Spot 47 Revealed: Rocks To Remember

Whether seen from land or water, it never fails to delight.

National Park Mystery Spot 46 Revealed: Oh Shenandoah!

General Early Lost the battle.

National Park Mystery Spot 45: No Runs, No Hits, No Errors

You get SEVEN clues this time. Imagine that!

National Park Mystery Spot 44 Revealed: A Room With 88 Noisy Machines

Commemorating the history of America’s Industrial Revolution is what this place is all about.

National Park Mystery Spot 44: A Noisy Interlace Place

You shouldn’t need all five clues to get the job done.

National Park Mystery Spot 43 Revealed: A Vast, Cold Wilderness

This one was easiest for readers familiar with aviation nomenclature, business attire, and the aurorae.

National Park Mystery Spot 43: The January Sky

To get into the Winners Circle, you’ll need to make sense of doors and suits and such.

National Park Mystery Spot 42 Revealed: God Provides

Did you arrive at the answer by divine direction?

National Park Mystery Spot 42: Striking Fear

When the Editor-in-Chief opined that this puzzle is cruel, the Quizmeister nearly wept with joy.

National Park Mystery Spot 41 Revealed: A Very Special Arch

Not all arches are natural bridges, but this giant one is.

National Park Mystery Spot 41: To Make A Long Story Short

What do you see when you look at the McDonald’s logo?

National Park Mystery Spot 40 Revealed: A Building In Paradise

We aren’t sure that Scoop is in Heaven, but they’ve named a building for him in Paradise.

National Park Mystery Spot 40: Do You Get It?

The Quizmeister caught flack for making recent several Mystery Spot puzzles too easy. Let’s see what you guys think of this one.

National Park Mystery Spot 39 Revealed: A Saintly Father Lived and Died There

Almost nobody wanted anything to do with the 8,000 unfortunate people sent to this place.

National Park Mystery Spot 39: Sound Medical Advice

The Quizmeister has been accused of employing fuzzy logic. It's true, and here's the proof.

National Park Mystery Spot 38 Revealed: Jenny Waded Here

The March Madness clue was an outright gift.

National Park Mystery Spot 38: White Stone Eyes Gaze Upon It

Identify this mystery spot and qualify for the March prize drawing.

National Park Mystery Spot 37 Revealed: The Italian Word for Large is Grande

Baseball fans and caffeine addicts had an easier time with this one.

National Park Mystery Spot 37: Tall Is Too Small

This one rates about 7.5 on the ten-point scale.

National Park Mystery Spot 36 Revealed: Pride of the Pinelands

Humpty Dumpty is not the only great egg.

National Park Mystery Spot 36: Seven Words

These seven words should be enough.

National Park Mystery Spot 35 Revealed: A Tragic Accident

An accidental explosion killed hundreds at this site.

National Park Mystery Spot 35: What Have You Done?

There's a clue on my coffee table.

National Park Mystery Spot 34 Revealed: Up the Creek

You can't get this one right if you can't see the forest for the trees.

National Park Mystery Spot 34: Focusing Too Much on the Details

If details are all you glean, the overall pattern may not be seen.
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