ReserveAmerica Can't Find a National Park Campground It Likes

ReserveAmerica, the company that manages camping reservations for the National Park System and other federal agencies, can't seem to find a national park campground it likes. In listing its "Top 100 Family Campgrounds," the company doesn't cite a single national park campground.

Fishing, Boating, and Camping Rules Changing at Glacier National Park

Concerns over the introduction of non-native pests into the waters of Glacier National Park have led to changes in boating and fishing rules at the park.

Unexpected Deaths of Two Mountain Goats Halt Study at Glacier National Park

Mountain Goat, Glacier National Park, Kurt Repanshek copyright
Glacier National Park officials have halted a wildlife research project after two mountain goats died this week during efforts to tranquilize them.

Glacier National Park Officials Complete Revisions to Bear Management Plan, Guidelines

Revisions to Glacier National Park's bear management plan have been finalized, carrying with them hopes that better preventive steps and public education will result in fewer bears having to be put down.

With National Parks As the Draw, Luxury Railroad Plans 2011 Debut

How much would you pay to ride a luxury train across the Western landscape with stops at Crater Lake, Glacier, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton national parks? Two-hundred dollars a day? Five-hundred-dollars? More than $1,000?

National Park Mystery Spot 11 Revealed: It's the Logan Pass Visitor Center in Glacier National Park

Situated on Going-to-the-Sun Road, and straddling the Continental Divide, the Logan Pass Visitor Center in Glacier National Park is one of the National Park System's landmark structures.

Hartzog Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Service Show Citizens Can Make a Big Difference for Parks

NPS volunteer patch.
In the National Park Service, the acronym "VIP" usually stands for "Volunteers in Parks," but recent awards confirm an alternative meaning could be "Very Impressive Performance." The recipients of the 2009 George and Helen Hartzog Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Service were honored at a recent ceremony, and their work was impressive indeed.

Add Glacier National Park to The List of Construction Zones

Let's see, Great Smoky Mountains? Check. Zion National Park? Check. Sequoia National Park? Check. Grand Teton National Park? Check. Yellowstone National Park? Check. Glacier National Park? Yep, it too will feature some traffic snarls due to road construction along the Going-to-the-Sun Road this spring and summer.

Glacier National Park's Logan Pass Designated as the First "Important Plant Area" in Montana

Alpine glacier poppy.
Choosing a "must see destination" at Glacier National Park would be a difficult task indeed, but one spot high on many people's list would be Logan Pass. That area now has another accolade—the Montana Native Plant Society has named the Logan Pass area as the first "Important Plant Area" designated in the state of Montana.

Report: ConocoPhillips Releases Oil And Gas Leases Near Glacier National Park

Montana's U.S. senators say that ConocoPhillips, one of the world's largest energy companies, is giving up rights to explore for oil and gas on nearly 170,000 acres outside Glacier National Park.