Winter is a wonderful time to experience your national parks. Whether you’re enjoying snow or sunshine (or both!), we hope that you’ll have the opportunity to visit at least one national park with friends, family and loved ones this season.
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
Today we celebrate 46 years of the National Park Foundation!
46 years of supporting, protecting, preserving, sharing, and assisting America’s national parks – YOUR national parks.
From snowshoeing, cross country skiing and winter bird watching to the annual National Christmas Tree Lighting, rides on the Polar Express and warm apple cider, our national parks certainly know how to celebrate winter and the holiday season! From coast to coast, our national parks offer so many ways that you can take advantage of this “most wonderful time of the year”.
Here are more than a handful of national park adventures to add to your bucket list this winter:
From the Grand Canyon to Gettysburg, Acadia to the Everglades, the impact of the government shutdown will be felt in every national park across America. As an important member of the national parks community, we want to provide you the latest information, and hope you will share this information with other national park enthusiasts and invite them to join us.
Because the ramifications vary widely, it is important for you to have the pertinent information to fully understand what this means for your parks.