National Park Mystery Photo 50: This Is Not A Fort

Mystery Photo 50 is a named structure in a national park.

National Park Mystery Photo 50 shows a named structure in a unit of National Park System. If you can state the name of the structure and the national park in which it is located, you will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing.

Remember, this puzzler requires you to state the name of the structure depicted as well as the national park in which it is located.

Check back with Traveler tomorrow for the answer and a list of readers who identified the mystery photo.

No Cheating!

If we catch you engaged in sneakery, we will make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: "Couch potatoes of the world should take comfort in the fact that the man who invented the first wireless TV remote, Zenith engineer Eugene Polley, lived to the ripe old age of 96."

Comments

Far View House, Mesa Verde

Not the Far View House at Mesa Verde National Park.

Eric Nelson has nailed it. Wecome to the Winners Circle. Your turn to ice down the champagne.

Mission wall, Alamo

Welcome back to the Winners Circle Club, s. Brunch is ready.

The Alamo in downtown San Antonio is not a National Park Service property, D-cubed.

Good job, Fewkes; you've nailed it. Welcome to the Winners Circle Club. Grab a plate and enjoy the brunch.

The Stone Wall/Sunken Road at Fredricksburg and Spotsylvania national Military Park

Nope, Caprice, not even warm;-)

Right on the button, ajsharon. Congratulations, and welcome to the Winners Circle Club.

Roosevelt Arch in Yellowstone National Park

Sorry, Caprice; it's not Roosevelt Arch in Yellowstone National Park.

Watchtower at Grand Canyon National Park

Well, Ron, it seems as if the quizmeister is napping to get ready for the big holiday weekend, so I'll have to break the news to you that it's not the Watchtower.

Entrance sign to Bryce National Park

Sorry, but it's not an entrance sign at Bryce Canyon National Park (or any other national park).

It's probably too late but I want one more try. Here goes. The Espada Aquaduct at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Parks.

Right on the button, RangerLady. Congratulations! BTW: the timing of your answer puzzles me (no pun intended). Are you the proud owner of a new computer?

It's not the Espada Aquaduct at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Parks. I do see why you came up with that.

Yes I finally have internet at my house again. Since I'm out in the field all day with no internet access at the moment, I had to do something to get onto Nationalparkstraveler!