You Are The Parks
In March, the National Park Service and National Park Foundation kicked off the Find Your Park/Encuentra Tu Parque movement, inviting people everywhere from all backgrounds to get out there and find their own unique connections to the natural, cultural, and historical treasures across the park system.
Park lovers have been responding on social media, inviting friends and family to find their park, and sharing the many ways they continue to do so. It’s never a one-and-done; once you get the park bug, you’re endlessly inspired to discover the next adventure. And once you find it, you can’t help but share.
This week, we debuted the next phase of the movement: one that underscores the lasting influence these experiences have on you and your impact on national parks.
You are the parks and the parks are you – it’s a powerful message and one that highlights the point that these magnificent places exist because of supporters like you.
Bryan Barreras / Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Parks need you. Your continued support ensures that the parks remain vibrant, relevant, and preserved for today and always.
So get out and find your park. Share it on social media using #FindYourPark and #EncuentraTuParque. And then support your park – they can’t survive, let alone thrive, without national park supporters like you.