Sure, the National Park Service could just call August 25th its birthday, but the term “Founder’s Day” seems more fitting since the Park Service was the brainchild of a great many people who contributed to its inception.
Did you get at least eight out of ten?
Two Youths Swept Down Merced River Below Vernal Fall Footbridge In Yosemite National Park, One Confirmed Dead
One young boy is dead and another missing in Yosemite National Park, where the two were swept down Vernal Fall.
Let’s play “odd park out.”
Lodging once again will be available in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park at the Volcano House under a 15-year contract the National Park Service has signed with the Hawai`i Volcanoes Lodge Company.
There is nothing quite as tasty as eating a juicy peach just picked off the tree. And on August 21, you'll be able to do just that if you show up at Capitol Reef National Park for the opening of the peach harvest in the Krueger Orchard.
Searching for bugs, butterflies, and beetles, along with countless other species, at Rocky Mountain National Park will be one of the highlights of Founder's Day, August 25, when the National Park Service turns 96.
National Park Service Again Refuses To Allow Professional Bike Race Through Colorado National Monument
National Park Service officials again have declined to approve a professional bicycle racew through Colorado National Monument, saying the event "conflicts with federal regulations and agency management policies."
When your family sits down to choose a vacation destination, what possibilities arise to compete with a national park vacation?
If you find yourself in Theodore Roosevelt National Park this weekend, head for the North Unit where they're going to be having a star party.
Park Service Retirees Say Preferred Winter-Use Plan For Yellowstone National Park Would "Make Bad Situation Worse"
A winter-use plan for Yellowstone National Park being promoted by park staff would "make a bad situation worse," according to the viewpoint of the Coalition of National Park Service Retirees.
Does your congressperson understand where you stand when it comes to America's national parks? Perhaps more to the point, do they care where you stand?