Trail Talk Blog
The results are in: 2014 was another exceptional year at the National Park Foundation! Through our grants, we helped protect America's best idea -- o... Read more
Just over the horizon and hidden from plain view lie some of the world’s most remote wildernesses. These national parks, though seldom-visited, beg t... Read more
Thanksgiving is one of our most treasured national holidays. It is also perhaps the longest-standing American tradition. The history of Thanksgiving ... Read more
Winter’s great, but sometimes, you just want to escape the freezing temperatures and head somewhere a bit warmer. These national parks offer an escape from the cold and the crowds!
What is it about the Mother Road that pulls at our imaginations? For Americans who grew up in simpler times, Route 66 is a twenty-four-hundred mile tribute to automobile travel, one pump filling stations, and family-run diners.
Great Basin National Park is a place of extremes. From rugged mountain peaks to vast underground caverns, this 77,100-acre park in Nevada appears barren and desolate at a glance, yet supports a vast array of plant and animal life.