While many parts of the country are hunkering down for snow season, at Everglades National Park in Florida they're ready for the busy season.
Parks in the News
With national parks a valued vacation destination, and mild October weather, Yellowstone National Park has surpassed 4 million in visitation for the year, with six weeks to go.
Need an excuse to call in "well" and get out in a national park landscape? This prescription is perfect for you!
A celebratory signing on Tuesday of a memorandum of understanding between the Interior Department and Energy Department formally established the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, one that will span three states and recount a pivotal moment in world history.
Summer's gone, but trips out to Shackleford Banks to see how the horses that live on the island survive are still being run at Cape Lookout National Seashore in North Carolina, with the next one scheduled for Nov. 19.
The winter schedule is in place for cruises to San Francisco's notorious Alcatraz Prison with daily departures as well as night trips five days of the week.
As the National Park Service approaches its 100th birthday celebration, you can mark the anniversary by looking into the past of the national park movement via original Works Progress Administration posters and more recently made replicas.
As debate continues over whether to create a national park in the North Woods of Maine, the state's leading newspaper has come out in favor of the proposal.
Claims by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team that the grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is growing and genetically diverse are off-base, according to a wildlife biologist who long has studied the population and spent 17 years doing research for the team.