A series of thunderstorms has left Apostle Islands National Lakeshore littered with downed trees, but fortunately all campers have been accounted for and are safe.
The latest news from around the National Park System.
A U.S. District Court has refused to dismiss a lawsuit over the National Park Service's continued allowance of cattle ranching at Point Reyes National Seashore in California, a ruling that could lead the seashore staff to conduct detailed environmental studies on the operations' impacts.
Looking for a pair of foldable walking sticks, with a little cushion to them? Leki’s new Micro-Stick might be the ones: when packed in their bag, they’re only 39cm long when broken down, and just shy of 18 ounces in weight.
Books aren’t the only medium to use Yellowstone as a fictional setting. Movies have gotten in on the act as well. This includes movies that are just about the park as well as movies that were filmed in the park.
Terry Tempest Williams, one of the country's most prominent voices for the conservation of landscapes, will be at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota on Sunday to read from her latest book, The Hour Of Land.
Despite being only about 75 miles from Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park enjoys wonderfully dark night skies. So dark, in fact, that the park will hold a Night Sky Festival next week.
Outlining steps that will be taken to root out sexual harassment across the National Park Service, the agency's leadership team has laid out its zero tolerance policy to employees, who will be anonymously surveyed this fall to determine how extensive the problem might be.
Long before two visitors to Yellowstone National Park felt compelled to come to the aid of a seemingly abandoned bison calf, a National Park Service employee at Badlands National Park went a step further when he came upon a sickly calf and decided to take it home.
A 73-year-old woman on a private river trip through Dinosaur National Monument apparently fell 120 feet to her death from a cliff above the Green River.
If you have visited Alaska's Katmai National Park in the month of July, you probably enjoyed watching brown bears fish for salmon at the iconic Brooks Falls.
It wouldn’t be a celebration without music, and at Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts, a variety of sounds will fill the air to tell the history of industrial Lowell and to honor 100 years of the National Park Service.
If you want something to wear outside when it’s wet, and stay cozy and comfortable, then this Honcho Poncho might be just the thing.
UPDATED: Golden Gate National Recreation Area Superintendent To Take Grand Canyon National Park Helm
Christine Lehnertz, a long-time federal employee who currently is superintendent of Golden Gate National Recreation Area, has been chosen to take the helm at Grand Canyon National Park and work to help the park overcome a long-running chapter of sexual harassment.
Rainfall has come to the aid of firefighters battling a blaze on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, where efforts Tuesday were transitioning to mop-up work.
National Parks Traveler's first eBook for youngsters examines a place where hot water flows into ice-cold rivers, where fountains of boiling water shoot hundreds of feet into the sky, and where mountains are made of glass and trees are made of stone. It's a place where winter snows can pile up 6 feet deep, and where bears and wolves roam the landscape as they did in the 18th century long before the West was settled.
Skies over western Wyoming get incredibly dark at night, which makes Fossil Butte National Monument a perfect place to stage a star party.
The traditional Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hōkūle‘a will be stopping at Mount Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park, as part of her leg through the New England area. This sail is part of a historic Worldwide Voyage covering more than 60,000 nautical miles, 100 ports, and 27 nations.
An attempt to teach a brown bear that it should not look to humans for food went awry at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Alaska when a Skagway Police officer mistakenly shot the young adult bruin with a lethal slug instead of a rubber round.
Grand Canyon National Park Wildfire Nearing 14,000 Acres, Higher Humidity Expected To Help Firefighters
While winds have pushed the Fuller Fire on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park across nearly 14,000 acres, higher humidity and cloud cover Monday were being counted on to tamp down fire behavior.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park rangers are leading a variety of summer programs for youth from the Knoxville Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley including Adventure Camps. Youth participating in the camps will spend three days in the Great Smoky Mountains and one day in Cumberland Gap learning about the unparalleled diversity of plant and animal life, rich cultural history, and numerous opportunities for recreation in our national parks.