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23 July

Body found in Shenandoah National Park believed to be that of missing UVa. lecturer

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22 July

Virgin Islands National Park | Walk Like An Octopus

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21 July

Record-high visitation rates at National Parks have led to big crowds, graffiti, and negative wildlife encounters. Here’s how to stay safe and protect the parks during a visit.

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20 July

National park crowds across the West are braving intense heat and hazy skies

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19 July

The Great Sand Dunes ‘Are Just A Big Mountain of Sand’ And Other 1-Star National Park Reviews

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16 July

National Parks Traveler Santa Monica Mountains Wildlife Corridor

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15 July

12 Amazing Experiences At Guadalupe Mountains National Park

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14 July

Yellowstone: report reveals extent of climate threat to oldest US national park

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13 July

How national parks use social media to track down miscreants

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12 July

Night Sky Celebrations Across The National Park System

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9 July

TIME OUT: Returning to our iconic national parks

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8 July

We Asked: What Parks Are on Sunset Staffers’ Bucket Lists?

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7 July

Texas plan to reduce haze in national parks wouldn’t require any new limits on pollution

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6 July

National parks see surge in visitors as people are eager to explore great outdoors

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5 July

What Are The Odds Of Dying In A National Park This Summer?

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2 July

National Park Visitors Urged To Prepare For High Heat

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1 July

Biden Administration Seeking Nearly $57 Million For National Park System Land Acquisitions

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30 June

CORONAVIRUS/Police warn public against entering closed national parks

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29 June

Hiker Fatality on Tonto Trail in Grand Canyon National Park


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28 June

National Parks Are Crowded This Summer, but You Can Still Enjoy a Visit

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25 June

How Hot Are the Southwest’s National Parks Right Now? Hot Enough to Bake Cookies in Your Car.

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24 June

What’s New at California Theme Parks This Summer

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23 June

Lightning in U.S. national parks

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22 June

Go wild (and skip the crowds) at these 7 spectacular parks

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21 June

A woman was injured by a wild bison while hiking at Yellowstone National Park

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18 June

Don’t pet the bison and other tips from national park rangers

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17 June

Tuktut Nogait National Park Turns 25

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16 June

Torrential Rains Lead To Road Closures At Acadia National Park

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15 June

Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks ranked among nation’s deadliest

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14 June

National Parks Are Overcrowded and Closing Their Gates

As pandemic-weary Americans head for the most popular parks this summer, nearby towns are getting overrun

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11 June

Additional Funding Proposed for Haleakalā and Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Parks

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10 June
National Park Service To Withdraw Proposal To Revise Regulations Governing The National Register Of Historic Places
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9 June

Gros Morne National Park Vetoes Spruce Budworm Spray Control Program


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8 June


Yellowstone National Park unveils automated electric cars

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7 June

What Climate Change Means For America’s National Parks

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4 June

Native Americans lived on the lands that became national parks. How about returning the parks to them?

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3 June

The holiday weekend is over, but Utah’s national parks are still bursting with visitors

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2 June

San Jose Man Dies in Memorial Day Fall in Sequoia National Park


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1 June

National parks struggling with maintenance would get a boost under Biden budget request

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14 May

Introducing Hawaii’s National Parks

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13 May

Bat Biologists Monitor CAVE Bats for White-Nose Syndrome

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12 May

45,000 hunters apply to kill 12 bison in Grand Canyon National Park

Volunteers will not be able to use motorized vehicles to transport the bison

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11 May

Facelift On Tap For Waterton Lakes Golf Course

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10 May

The Best National Parks in Uganda for Beautiful Views, Wildlife, and Lodges

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7 May

Visit Pinnacles National Park, where volcanoes, faults and eons of erosion create ever-changing landscape

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6 May

Lake Country Faces: Here’s how a natural resources officer came to Crosslake from California

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5 May


Jasper National Park captive caribou breeding proposal gets OK from scientific review panel

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4 May

Traveler Special Report

Is Padre Island National Seashore’s Renowned Sea Turtle Program Slipping Away?

By Kurt Repanshek

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3 May

National Park Traveler espisode 117: Yosemite National Park

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30 April


US Ranger on Mission to Attract More African Americans to National Parks

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29 April


Natchez Trace Parkway named one of Top 10 Most Visited National Parks in 2020

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28 April

National Park Week Runs April 17-25

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27 April


The National Parks That Saved Us

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26 April


Feast on These Recipes From America’s National Parks

Bring the outdoors to your kitchen with recipes from across the parks system.

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23 April


Seasonal Ban On Animals On Prince Edward Island Beach Kicks Off

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22 April

National Park Nature Walks, Episode 3: Where Lewis and Clark Trod

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21 April


I went to one of California’s least-visited national parks and it was magical

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20 April


Review Finds Most Research In National Park System Focused On Just Five Parks

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19 April


Ways To Celebrate National Park Week This Year

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16 April


Fire in Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s North Unit worsens; Medora fire 100%


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15 April


CBRS and open source software power wireless networks in national parks



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14 April


Mesa Verde National Park as the world’s 100th International Dark Sky Park!

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13 April


Site Pass Selection


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12 April


Additional details released in death at Rocky Mountain National Park

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9 April


1.2 million Israelis visited national parks, nature reserves over Passover

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8 April


Chesapeake Bay as a national park?

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7 April


Sequoia, Kings Canyon Requiring Camping Reservations

This Year

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6 April


Cats in the Wild: UK, Aramark Offer Study Away Opportunities in the US National Parks

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5 April


Nearly $7 Million Rehabilitation Coming To Antietam National Battlefield Visitor Center

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2 April


16 Arizona Parks and Monuments to Visit on Free National Park Day This Month

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1 April


The 8 Most Beautiful Lodges in America’s National Parks

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23 February 


Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks reopen following lockdown

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22 February


Suspect accused of threatening Sequoia National Park visitors is wounded in shootout

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16 February


Virtual President’s Day: National Parks Service Releases Videos To Celebrate George Washington’s Birthday

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3 February


Former National Parks and Monuments You Can Still (And Should) Visit

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2 February


Explore the stars above England’s national parks at virtual dark skies festivals

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1 February


Great Smoky Mountains listed third-most dangerous national park

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27 January


UPDATE | Yosemite National Park Closed By Damaging High Winds

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26 January


What does Biden’s federal mask mandate mean for national parks? Here’s what to know

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26 January


New River Gorge: America’s newest national park is one of West Virginia’s hidden gems

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25 January


Police: Boy Scout from New Mexico dies camping in Colorado

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22 January


Rocky Mountain National Park pile burning to reduce wildfire risk

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21 January


Acadia National Park Proposing Fee To Drive To Cadillac Mountain Summit

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20 January


National Park Trust Announces Kids To Parks Day Grants

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19 January


Proposal for national parks to become free for wounded veterans poised to become law

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5 January


Millennials embrace camping during coronavirus pandemic

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4 January


Everglades National Park offers advanced reservations online for camping in the Marjory Stoneman Dougles Wilderness

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Everglades National Park offers advanced reservations online for camping in the Marjory Stoneman Douglass Wilderness


4 January


Fisherman catches huge 57-pound grouper off Canary Islands

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5 January


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11 January


Glacier National Park offers 6 free entry days in 2021

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6 January


As nation turns to camping in pandemic, KOA sees business rise

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6 January


California man punches 350-pound bear in face to save beloved dog ‘Buddy’

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7 January


Woman falls into volcano vent on Oregon’s Mount Hood

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8 January


An electric RV? Here’s what Camping World and Lordstown Motors are working on

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20 January


Portman named national park hero by National Park Foundation

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12 January


Kick off 2021 with a hike at an Arkansas State Park

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14 January


Colorado state parks report high visitation rates in 2020

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15 January


African safari industry suffering as Covid-19 restrictions continue on tourism

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