Yosemite National Park Landmark Names to Be Restored After Lawsuit Settled

Yosemite National Park Landmark Names to Be Restored After Lawsuit Settled

Delaware North even claimed a trademark on the name “Yosemite National Park” for the purposes of merchandising.

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AAA Predicts Record Breaking 4th of July Traffic

AAA Predicts Record Breaking 4th of July Traffic

4th of July travel is expected to hit an all-time high this year according to AAA.

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Dinosaur National Monument Designated as an International Dark Sky Park

Dinosaur National Monument Designated as an International Dark Sky Park

Photo: Stars fill the sky above the Quarry Exhibit Hall in Dinosaur National Monument | NPS/Jacob Holgerson The International Dark Sky Association has named Utah and Colorado’s Dinosaur National Monument an official International Dark Sky Park. Recognizing the skies above Dinosaur as having an exceptional quality of natural darkness while...

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A Banner Year For California Waterfalls: Campgrounds that Get You Close

A Banner Year For California Waterfalls: Campgrounds that Get You Close

The entire state of California is drought-free for the first time since December 2011, and thundering waterfalls have come to life.

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2019 National Park Week Dates Announced

2019 National Park Week Dates Announced

National Park Service has announced the 2019 National Park Week dates and activities

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Campgrounds, Roads and Other Facilities at Yosemite to Delay Season Opening Dates

Campgrounds, Roads and Other Facilities at Yosemite to Delay Season Opening Dates

Significant damage from heavy winter snowpack has resulted in delayed openings at Yosemite National Park

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National Park Service Announces 2019 Fee-Free Days

National Park Service Announces 2019 Fee-Free Days

All 115 of the fee-charging National Park Service units will waive entrance fees on five days next year.

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Boy Scouts Hit with Epidemic of Camping Gear Thefts

Boy Scouts Hit with Epidemic of Camping Gear Thefts

The latest theft targeted a troop of Scouts on the autism spectrum.

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Great American Campout Is Back, Enter to Win a Keystone RV and Jellystone Stay

Great American Campout Is Back, Enter to Win a Keystone RV and Jellystone Stay

Take the pledge to protect wildlife during the National Wildlife Federation’s 14th annual Great American Campout for a chance to win a Keystone RV and a stay at a Jellystone park. Pledging to participate is free and open to all ages. The initiative encourages camping by anyone, anywhere (park, beach,...

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National Parks add $36 Billion to US Economy, 300,000 Jobs

National Parks add $36 Billion to US Economy, 300,000 Jobs

NPS Photo | Neal Herbert The Department of the Interior announced today that visitor spending in communities near national parks in 2017 resulted in a $35.8 billion boon to the nation’s economy, and supported 306,000 jobs. That’s up nearly a billion from 2016, according to the annual National Park Service...

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