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Oct. 5: Two Pacifica Ribbon-Cuttings Celebrate Trail & Facilities Improvements for National Park Sites in San Mateo County

Oct. 5: Two Pacifica Ribbon-Cuttings Celebrate Trail & Facilities Improvements for National Park Sites in San Mateo County

WHAT: National Park Service ribbon-cuttings celebrate improvements to two trails on Golden Gate National Recreation Area lands in San Mateo County (Milagra Battery Trail & Old Mori Trail) WHEN: Wednesday, October 5, 2016 10AM – Remarks and ribbon-cutting at Milagra Battery Trail (End of Connemara Drive, Pacifica CA 94044) 11AM –…


Timpanogos Cave National Monument America’s Best Idea: National Park Getaway

AMERICAN FORK, Utah – From the outside, the park featured in this week’s National Park Getaway looks like a painting by Pablo Picasso. The walls of the American Fork Canyon form sharply inclined geometric planes that slant toward each other, seeming to intersect and fracturing the view in Cubist fashion….


New Quarters to Feature National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges

50 DOI Sites Selected for the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program WASHINGTON, DC — Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Grand Canyon National Parks will be the first sites commemorated in a new quarter-dollar program announced today by the U.S. Mint. Starting in April of 2010, the America the Beautiful Quarters…


Help Make America’s Best Idea Even Better

September 26: A Day of Service and Celebration in Your National Parks WASHINGTON, DC (September 2, 2009)  – Join the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation in making America’s Best Idea – the national parks – even better.   On September 26, National Public Lands Day, the national parks…


National Parks – The Place to be for Family Fun this Summer

Washington, D.C. – The National Park Service (NPS) is pleased to kick-off the upcoming summer travel season with many new and exciting adventures awaiting park visitors, as well as traditional programs that families come back time and again to enjoy. From the shores of Maine and Alaska to the Rocky…


Secretary Salazar Announces Designation of 22 New National Recreation Trails in 13 States

WASHINGTON – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently designated 22 trails in 13 states as newly recognized National Recreation Trails, adding more than 525 miles of trails to the National Trails System. “From coast to coast, the National Trails System helps connect American families with the wonders of the…


National Park Service Gets the Lead Out!

WASHINGTON – National Park Service visitors and wildlife have something to cheer about today with the agency’s stepped-up efforts to reduce lead in national park environments. “Our goal is to eliminate the use of lead ammunition and lead fishing tackle in parks by the end of 2010,” said Acting National…


Celebrate the Bicentennial of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln at America’s National Parks

WASHINGTON – This year marks the Bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. He was born on February 12, 1809 in relative obscurity in central Kentucky. He is arguably the most important President in the history of this nation by virtue of the crisis of disunion that faced him when…


New Year’s Resolution from National Park Service Director Mary A. Bomar

WASHINGTON – Out with the old, in with the new—let’s get rid of those tired old New Year’s resolutions and do something different—pledge to take a kid to visit a national park! As Director of the National Park Service, I have spoken across the country of our children being “seduced…


Cast Away: Park Rangers Take Public on Podcasting Adventure

WASHINGTON – All across the country, park rangers are turning into podcasters. Hundreds of brief audio and video programs are up on park websites and on iTunes giving visitors a new national park experience. People can learn about park resources, take a guided tour, get help planning trips, and, best…