Widely known for their Frontier service, this Black U.S. Army unit was later deployed to create and preserve Yosemite and Sequoia park lands for generations to come.
The People’s Tree, as it’s affectionately known, has been sourced from National Forests across the U.S. for the last 50 years.
Avoid summer crowds and traffic by visiting National Parks in the winter. These top parks are especially beautiful from November to March.
Few natural phenomena pack the jaw-dropping power of northern lights, otherwise known as aurora borealis. Wondering where to see them at their best? Go to these eight national parks.
International travel plans on hold due to COVID-19? Visit these National Parks for a taste of traveling abroad, no passport required.
The National Park System’s 52 million acres provide safe habitat for animals as well as humans. From bear watching to alligator spotting, you’ll have memorable (and safe) wildlife encounters at these top parks for wildlife watching. Bring your binoculars for a closer look.