Well, the big event is over. If you managed to make it through each and every minute of The National Parks: America's Best Idea, congratulations! If you're wanting more, read on to find out where you can get another fix of national parks.
Understandably, you can stay right here at the Traveler and read through our voluminous archives, which contain news, features, games, photos, podcasts, videos and who knows what else when it comes to national parks.
Or, you can skip on over to PBS's website, where you'll find another vault of national park information, stuff like bios on some of the personalities who figured so prominently in Ken Burns' film, chapters of history on the parks themselves, and video clips from the series as well as entire episodes that you can watch. Heck, you can even leave your own national park story on the site or place an order for the DVD itself or the accompanying book written by Dayton Duncan.
Another site to check out is one the National Park Service put together in anticipation of renewed interest in the parks thanks to the six-part series. Titled, appropriately enough, America's Best Idea Today, this website offers a little bit of everything, from protecting ecosystems in the National Park System and learning about history to explaining what the National Park Service is doing to foster the national park movement around the globe.