Where is the largest national park in the United States?

Wrangell-St. Elias the largest National Park
   Wrangell-St. Elias (8,323,618 acres), located east of Anchorage, Alaska, is the largest park in the National Park System. The Chugach, Wrangell, and St. Elias mountain ranges converge here; Mount St. Elias (18,008 feet) is the second highest peak in the United States. The park is rich with history, having attracted prospectors for copper (1911-1938) and gold (1913-19)5).
   Dall sheep, moose, grizzly bear, black bear, mountain goat, caribou, and two herds of transplanted bison live here. This is a regular stop for migratory birds; trumpeter swans, golden eagles, and bald eagles nest here. Sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, porpoises, and whales are found along the coast.
   Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska, contains 7,523,898 acres; Denali, Alaska, has 4,740,912 acres. Death Valley (California and Nevada)—3,367,628 acres— is the largest national park within the continental United States.