The Latest News & Views

Monday, December 19th, 2011

  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area has grown by nearly 4,000 acres, and taxpayers got a bargain, with the transfer of a prime tract known as the Rancho Corral de Tierra from the Peninsula Open Space Trust to the National Park Service.

    It has been a lengthy process, and one which illustrates the importance of non-profit groups such as POST wh

  • Thinking of, or already planning, a trip to Bryce Canyon National Park? Check out the Traveler's "mini-guide" to the park to help prepare.

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

  • Colorado's Front Range has already been hit by several snowstorms this fall, and Rocky Mountain National Park's rangers are ready to take advantage of that building snowpack by showing visitors a good time outdoors.

    Here's a look at the park's winter activities sheet:

    On the east side of the park:

    Winter Storytime – December 26 throu

  • Guns often are the main attraction at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site, but there's a little something there for culinary fans, too, as the following from the site's staff indicates.

    You have already bought the kids their gifts at Wal-Mart, shopped for mom at Macy's, and hit Target for electronic toys.

  • With snow conditons improving, rangers at Mount Rainier National Park are ready to lead you into the area surrounding Paradise on snowshoe adventures.

    During the upcoming holiday break, the guided walks are being offered daily through January 1. From January 7 through March 25, conditions allowing, the walks will be conducted on weekends and holida