The Latest News & Views

Monday, November 7th, 2011

  • Can a 19-year-old shack be historically significant? That's a question pitting the National Park Service against the Commonwealth of Massachusetts over the fate of six "cottages" Cape Cod National Seashore officials want to demolish.

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

  • How Bryce Canyon National Park can best be served by a transportation plan is a topic up for consideration at the Utah park.

    Currently, the park has a shuttle service, but it's not mandatory for park visitors.

    The Park Service is conducting a planning study to evaluate the transportation needs and infrastructure requirements to serve visitors to Bryce Canyo

  • Voyageurs National Park is a watery jewel of the park system, a north woods landscape dotted with more than 500 islands on lakes called Rainy, Namakan, and Kabetogama, just to name three.

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

  • As Cape Cod National Seashore nears the end of its 50th anniversary year, visitors to the seashore will be able to enjoy an exhibit of arts, crafts, and writings inspired by Cape Cod.

    The exhibit, A Measure of Solitude, opens Saturday and runs through the end of the year at the Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham, Massachusetts.

    The is a joint exhibit

  • A 20-year National Park Service veteran has been tabbed to oversee management of Fort Monroe National Monument in Virginia.

    Kirsten Talken-Spaulding, who has held National Park Service positions from Hawaii to Washington, D.C., was handed the reins as the monument's superintendent on Wednesday, the day after President Obama [url=http://www.nationalparkstravele