The National Park Service returned to Twitter on Saturday after apologizing for tweets on Friday that apparently irked the Trump administration.
A company that transformed an acre of Point Reyes National Seashore into a parking lot has reached a proposed settlement that calls for it to pay nearly $300,000 in damages to the government.
A few national park twitter accounts, at least, went silent Friday afternoon after the newly installed Trump administration ordered the Interior Department to idle all its accounts.
Six days after a rock slide blocked the Scenic Drive in Zion National Park just north of the lodge, the road was reopened Thursday after an estimated 200 tons of mud and rock was cleared and repairs were made.
A small number of regulatory changes have been proposed for national parks in Alaska, from restrictions on tripods at the Brooks Falls Platform at Katmai National Park to some food storage restrictions at Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
The Founding Fathers had the radical idea that a government should be for the people. Today, America’s 400-plus National Parks represent this exact idea. Join the staff at Adams National Historical Park at the “Continental Congress” on Independence Day to debate, defend, compromise, and consider the meaning of independence.
Gulf Islands National Seashore in Florida this spring will offer regular black powder demonstrations at Fort Pickens for the first time in more than 20 years.
Three Canadians from the group High On Life on Thursday entered guilty pleas to damaging resources in Yellowstone, Zion, Death Valley, and Mesa Verde national parks.
National Park Service officials have settled on an off-road management plan for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area that, if adopted, would carry adverse impacts for soils, vegetation, and paleontological and archaeological resources and lead to increased safety issues for visitors.