Welcome to US Geography trivia! Test your knowledge of America’s geography with questions about states, cities, and national parks. From its origins as 13 original colonies to its current 50 states, the US has seen a lot of changes over the years. This trivia game explores the geography of the US and its rich history, from its astounding landscapes to its iconic cities. A fun and exciting challenge for anyone who wants to learn more about the US geography! So get ready to explore the US from coast-to-coast and challenge yourself with these trivia questions. Good luck!
1) What is the capital of Arkansas?
2) What is the largest mountain range in the contiguous United States?
3) What is the geographic center of the United States?
4) What is the longest river in the United States?
5) What is the smallest state by area in the United States?
6) What is the smallest lake in the United States?
7) What is the largest national park in the United States?
8) What state is known as the “Granite State”?
9) What is the city that is closest to the geographic center of the continental United States?
10) What is the only unincorporated US territory?
11) What is the capital of Missouri?
12) What is the only state in the US to ever host a Winter Olympic Games?
13) What is the northernmost state in the United States?
14) What is the longest highway in the United States?
15) What is the deepest lake in the United States?
16) What is the capital of Ohio?
17) What is the second largest state in area in the United States?
18) What is the most visited national park in the United States?
19) What is the nickname of the state of Louisiana?
20) What is the highest point in the United States?
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