Trail Talk Blog
I think there is a misperception that you have to be into camping, hiking, or adventure sports to enjoy visiting national parks with your kids, when... Read more
On Huffington Post, National Park Foundation President Will Shafroth shares a Q&A with National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis about na... Read more
"Is this a national park, or a different planet?” That’s what the kids were saying as they entered the Indian Cove Campground at Joshua Tree National... Read more
Visitors will find magic and beauty abound at this gem located in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. Crater Lake National Park is renowned for its 21-square-mile crystal blue lake.
Did you know that one of the world’s largest museum systems is managed by the National Park Service? It’s true! And with over 400 national parks in the system, it’s no wonder that they are great places to learn about history.
Encompassing 200,000 acres of stunning wilderness, the rolling mountains, shady forests, and quiet hollows of Shenandoah National Park are a haven for hikers — but where to begin?