Bears, both black and grizzlies, moose, wolves and humans don't always mix well, and with that in mind Grand Teton National Park officials are proposing a management plan for the Moose-Wilson Road corridor that if approved would restrict traffic along the scenic corridor.
Parks in the News
Interior Department Opposes Visitor Fee Legislation As Drafted, Communities Want Cut Of Fee Revenues
A legislative attempt to revise the Federal Land Management Recreation Enhancement Act contains flaws that make the proposal untenable, according to Interior Department officials.
You have just one more weekend to drive to Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park before park crews close the roads to wheeled traffic in advance of winter.
It's breeding and nesting season at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park for nēnē, and park visitors are urged to drive with caution and to give the endangered Hawaiian goose space.
As crowds continue to descend on Zion National Park in southwestern Utah, park officials have decided to resume daily shuttle operations to alleviate parking problems.
Concerns about the stability of the rock alcove under which Spruce Tree House is located in Mesa Verde National Park have led to a temporary closure of the cliff dwelling to visitors.
It's only one acre, but thanks to Hurricane Sandy's fury back in 2012, that one acre is now part of the Otis Pike Fire Island High Dune Wilderness at Fire Island National Seashore in New York.
Olympic Hot Springs in Olympic National Park has been temporarily closed to the public following the discovery of a dead man in the pool.
Death Valley National Park often is regaled as the "hottest, driest, lowest" place in the hemisphere, but recent rain storms washed away portions of roads, damaged historic Scotty's Castle, and piled debris up 15 feet in places.
A much anticipated hearing before the House Natural Resource Committee arrives Wednesday, and the outcome could be higher fees for national park visitors.flrea_modernization_discussion_draft.pdf