The fiscal 2019 budget for the United States government put forth by the White House would slash 2000 National Park Service jobs, even as the parks are “being loved to death,” according to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke.
Travelers are increasingly favoring food tours, cooking classes, and historical and heritage experiences, as well as aquatic activities — such as snorkeling, sailing trips, and kayaking and canoeing — according to TripAdvisor.
Angels Landing warning sign at Zion National Park | Alex Proimos The body of a female visitor was discovered in Refrigerator Canyon along the West Rim Trail around just before 5:00 p.m. Monday, February 5, 2018. Park Law Enforcement was dispatched to secure the scene, and a search and rescue...
Neon Museum in Las Vegas Launches Immersive Projection Experience, Bringing Unrestored Signs to Life
“This is truly a first. Nowhere on the planet has anyone attempted to create what we are about to launch at the Museum.”
No more waiting in line at the entrance gate, visitors to Yellowstone National Park now have the option to purchase digital annual and seven-day entrance passes online.
Thousands of campgrounds operated by the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the Army Corps of Engineers, and other federal agencies will close until Congress can agree on funding for the federal government.
9 of the 12 members of a National Park Service advisory board resigned their posts Monday night in protest of how Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has treated them.
Nevada is one of the most popular RV destinations, and 2018 is shaping up to be full of new adventure opportunities for the RV traveler, or anyone else looking to get away.
The National Park Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior have announced that the public comment period for proposed fee increases at 17 national parks has been extended to December 22nd. Under the proposal, the peak season entrance fee for a seven-day pass to each park would be $70...
The proposed 180% increase in fees at national parks is not going to do what the administration says it will. There’s no way it can. We took a look at the numbers, and how they only add up to using our national parks as political pawns.