Privatizing national park campgrounds functions is nothing new, but if the new Interior Department budget is passed the American public could see much more outsourced functions.
Don’t wait for summer campers to crowd you out. Plan a spring vacation now at any (or all!) of these five great national parks to visit before summer.
The National Park Service’s well-publicized 2016 centennial celebration attracted more people than ever, which may cause changes to the way we enjoy National Park RV vacations.
Dreaming of your next RV getaway? Here’s a list of 2017 national parks free entry days to help you create an itinerary for the perfect vacation.
With America’s parks in dire need of maintenance funds, the park service and Congress are considering a National Parks Lifetime Senior Pass fee increase.
With 2016 the centennial of the National Park Service (NPS), RV-golfers can celebrate by camping and golfing in a national park or national recreation area. Specifically, in the Golden State that offers three opportunities for golfing in a national park or NPS unit.
Does corporate money influence America’s national parks? Some say proposed National Park Service Fund-raising guidelines legitimize it.
Hundreds of millions of visitors from around the world enjoy the national (and State) parks every year and visitors are reminded, at the very least, to adhere to the park regulations, trails and road warnings, and other rules set out by park authorities.
The National Park Service (NPS) is ramping up for an exciting season offering many places to explore, celebrate and learn about during its highly-acclaimed Centennial Anniversary this summer.
The National Park Service centennial anniversary party is in full swing around the U.S. and you’re invited. Park lovers in Texas are invited to catch the National Parks Photography Project exhibition, a traveling showcase of stunning photos from all 59 parks. Currently displayed in Huntsville, Texas, the exhibit is the grand finale of a monumental […]
There`s a lot to be said about a campground that has been in operation since 1969 and spans three family generations. For the Worcester’s – the proprietors of Smuggler`s Den Campground in Southwest Harbor on Mount Desert Island in Maine – it’s all about maintaining family tradition. Located on the “quiet side” of the island, […]