US National Parks News
News on US National Parks continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
3 hrs ago | Times-Standard
Nearly 800 square feet of historic, old-growth redwood flooring planks vanished in a recent theft from the hay mow of the Elk Camp sheep shed near Bald Hills Road, according to the Redwood National and State Parks on Friday.
Would you support legalizing marijuana in your state?
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
7 hrs ago | Wausau Daily Herald
A pod of pilot whales swims off the coast of Everglades National Park in Florida.
11 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City
The devastating winter storm and a frustrating government shutdown may have created difficult obstacles on the South Dakota tourism industry, but the Tourism Index shows that the state is still on track to close out 2013 with a bang.
15 hrs ago | The Greenville Sun
Businesses across Pigeon Forge add their own lights and decorations to the city's big displays and keep the city bright until the end of February.
19 hrs ago | Reuters
American survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, many of them in their 90s, will gather on Saturday near Honolulu to mark the anniversary of the attack in 1941 that took the lives of more than two thousand of their peers and thrust the United States into World War Two.
20 hrs ago | Baltimore News
Volunteers are lighting more than 23,000 candles at the Antietam National Battlefield near Sharpsburg to honor those were killed, wounded or declared missing in the Civil War's bloodiest one-day battle.
With the USS Arizona Memorial in the background, A U.S. Marine stands at attention, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
New Blue Ridge Parkway superintendent Mark Woods has been on the job for four months, and finally found the perfect opportunity to introduce himself to the High Country.
In this photo made by combining 264 20-second exposures, stars leave rings of light behind as they wheel around Polaris, the North Star, over Newfound Gap in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
In this photo provided by the U.S. Forest Service, a member of the BLM Silver State Hotshot crew using a drip torch to set back fires on the southern flank of the Rim Fire on Pilot Peak, Calif., on Aug. 30, 2013.
Visitors to Cape Hatteras National Seashore soon will have 29 new access points for exploring the seashore's beaches under a plan stemming from its off-road vehicle management plan.
July 31, 1997 IJ archive photo of Tule elk out on Pierce Point in Point Reyes National Seashore.
Thirty-five pilot whales that had been trapped near the Everglades headed into deeper water Thursday, giving rescuers hope that they would return to their open ocean habitat and avoid beaching.
It's no secret that the devastating mid-September flood was going to have a serious impact on the tourism industry in Estes Park and nearby Rocky Mountain National Park.
Wildlife officials say as many as 20 pilot whales in danger of stranding in Everglades National Park are swimming into deeper water.
It's a monumental occasion Thursday. Crews are making last minute preps for the 42nd annual lighting of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon.
Carl Ross Key and Frank Key Channel in Everglades National Park will be closed this winter to protect nesting Roseate Spoonsbills.