Trail Talk Blog
In September, the National Park Foundation was saddened to say goodbye to a longtime supporter and lover of the outdoors: Leon Gorman, former CEO and... Read more
The Find Your Park Expedition participants came together for a pre-trip social media party with the National Park Foundation and our #FYPx partners. ... Read more
Zion National Park is the result of erosion, sedimentary uplift, and Stephanie Shinmachi. Members of the National Park Foundation community, like St... Read more
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.
Our national parks harbor some of the nation’s best fly-fishing waters, from the world-famous roadside runs and remote high-alpine lakes in Glacier National Park to the dark-pooled mossy creeks of Great Smoky Mountains.