You can add Isle Royale National Park, Saguaro National Park, and Devils Tower National Monument to the units of the National Park System that will have higher entrance fees in the coming months.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Cell Phone Tower Issue At Theodore Roosevelt National Park Raises Questions Of Connectivity In National Parks
If you carry a cell phone into a national park, should you expect connectivity? Many people would answer "yes." But what if you hiked into a wilderness area, which is supposed to be free of today's human technologies?
Elk culling has resumed at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, where small groups of park staff expect to remove approximately 30 elk by December 17.
Plans to build an oil refinery, with supporting infrastructure that would include 1,000 residential units and a commercial development, just three miles from the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park are moving forward, with the company filing its application for a permit to start construction on the proposed Davis Refinery.
Find yourself in western North Dakota this coming weekend and you can marvel at the skies overhead during the Fourth Annual Dakota Nights Astronomy Festival at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The United States Mint and the National Park Service will celebrate the release of the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program coin honoring Theodore Roosevelt National Park at 10 a.m. (MT) on August 25 at the park's Painted Canyon Visitor Center near Medora, North Dakota.
In a word, you could say the National Park System is "busy" this summer. From Acadia National Park in Maine to North Cascades National Park in Washington State, visitation to the parks is high. But that doesn't mean you'll encounter crowds everywhere you go.
Folks planning to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota next weekend will be able to take advantage of a star party being thrown at the park's Oxbow Overlook in the North Unit.
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.
Anyone who has heard Terry Tempest Williams speak or who has read her writing knows how personal her approach is to her subject, thus the “personal topography” of the subtitle of this book. Visits to 12 units of the National Park System, including seven national parks, two national monuments, a national military park, national seashore, and national recreation area, provide grist for her exploration of this topography and a sampling of different elements of the system.