Offshoot of this thread.
Mine is easy since despite having spent around 30 days outside the USA I’ve only been to the Cotswolds AONB in England. It was exactly 2 1/2 years ago because someone informed me of the Pulse Nightclub shooting during my hiking
While my sense of the AONB is that it is even less park-like than even most American National Forests, I did hike the entire Cotswold Way and so went through plenty of fairly wild country, albeit country in which I might randomly come upon a roaming herd of sheep or a couple cattle languidly blocking a narrow limestone ridge.
Growing up in Western New York, I’ve been to Niagara Falls from the New York side many times, and I’ve been to Niagara Falls, the city, in Canada, several times as well, but I don’t think I’ve even seen Horseshoe Falls from the Canadian side, and anything else resembling a scenic-oriented park of national interest I’ve definitely not been to outside the USA.