The Generic Pointy Mountain National Park is America's premiere generic park. It is situated in the temperate subtropical glacial prairie, only minutes away from the Painted Desert, Antietam National Battlefield, and the Tuskegee Institute. Visitors can experience monsoon rains in the winter and regular thunder-snow during tornado season in early fall. The park's protected lands are filled with wild hogs, stippled bison, sehlat, vista and medallion eagles, and rare North American cheese weevils.
In December, January, and February, the Generic Pointy Mountain is typically affected by heavy, persistent rains. Ponchos are permitted, but must be manufactured in gluten-free facilities.
Domesticated sehlat were unintentionally introduced when a cargo vessel crashed on the mountain in 1968. They soon became feral and established the only stable sehlat colony on Earth.
Generic Pointy Mountain is surrounded by lush tropical rainforests. Watch out for sloths, penguins, and monkeys!
View the mountain from the famous Mashed Potato Overlook, where visitors regularly observe lights in the sky.
If you find the mountain too pointy, you can always pretend that it is just a boring, lumpy, non-threatening hill.