Last year, Americans made over 292 million visits to our beloved national parks. Many of these visits were families adventuring in our country's most enjoyable places.
From the awe-inspiring contours of the Grand Canyon to the Everglades’ sweeping “river of grass,” national parks are among the iconic landscapes that define America.
The U.S. is blessed with a national park system that protects some of our most beautiful and unique landscapes—and Americans love it.
The National Park Service (NPS) and National Park Foundation launched Find Your Park on March 30 with an eye toward celebrating
Wildlands are changing rapidly due to climate change. Those of us who love them are challenged to visit them while leaving as minimal of a carbon footprint as possible.
What better place to celebrate history than at a place where it is honored and preserved? These wild places host incredible evidence of the achievements, struggles and lives of African Americans during the history of the continent.
For Valentine's Day, the Department of Interior has started a tradition of asking the public for something rather romantic - photos and videos of marriage proposals and weddings.
In 2014, several awesome wildlife cams found in America’s wildlands demonstrated that nothing brings these lands to life, quite like the animals that inhabit them.
A new free app, NPS Yellowstone Geysers, allows Yellowstone National Park visitors to track eruptions and also watch them remotely via live stream.
What an amazing year for wilderness --both in good and strange ways.
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President Obama has vowed to urge Congress to designate new wilderness in the Refuge. Encourage him to keep fighting for this threatened land.