— DK Flag as offensive »Fun in the sun on Assateague Island, Maryland
There are 84 million acres of iconic, treasured and sacred places protected in America’s over 400 national parks – and it all belongs to you. This is your land.
Find a Park
The National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, raises private funds that directly aid, support and enrich America’s national parks and their programs. As the nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, we invite you to explore all our national parks have to offer.
Begin your journey here. Discover each one of America’s national parks from fellow park supporters and the visitors that have been there. From park tips to videos, photos and stories – learn about your national parks and share your own experience. Together we can celebrate and support our parks.
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Make your national park experience better than ever. Filled with detailed maps, travel tips and inside information on what not to miss, the National Park Foundation’s downloadable “Owner’s Guide” series is your one-stop resource to discover your national parks.Register now to download your free guide »
Real Stories From Park Fans
— Crystal Flag as offensive »This past Friday the kids and I almost weren’t able to go on our Friday Field Trip. However, we got to go fairly late in the... read more
— Jen Flag as offensive »I have to admit, my husband essentially dragged me to Joshua Tree. As part of our "deal" of spending our vacation... read more
— Oliver Flag as offensive »Without a doubt, Cathedral Peak's beauty rivals that of one of the most famous landmarks in Yosemite, Half Dome.... read more
Planning a Trip to a National Park?
Autumn is fast approaching, and national parks from coast to coast offer some of America's most extraordinary fall colors.
If you love visiting national parks that make you feel small – be it standing on the rim of an expansive canyon or looking up at the powerful torrent of a waterfall – then you’ll want to add Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks to your bucket list.
Upload a Photo from Your Park Visit
Share your favorite park photos with other park lovers. Click the Share Your Photo button, enter your name, select the park where the photo was taken and then upload your image. Your photo will be added to a display of images on the individual park pages.