While Interior Department officials publicly refuse to discuss how failure to avert the "fiscal cliff" might impact national park operations, internally they're telling National Park Service staff that nothing should change in the short term.
Some fun programs, for young and old, are scheduled for the last week of the year at Rocky Mountain National Parks. Kids can gain outdoor lore from rangers, or join their families on a snowshoe hike.
Ice conditions are improving at Voyageurs National Park for fishing and snowmobiling, but they're not perfect, according to park officials.
A total of $100,000 from the Glacier Fund has been disbursed to nine organizations for 2013 projects in Glacier National Park that range from trail work to astronomy programs.
A special program coming to the Discovery Channel on Sunday takes, quite literally, an inside look at Yellowstone National Park.
If you're making plans to visit Denali National Park and Preserve next year, you'd can make reservations now for a seat on the park shuttle bus or a campsite in four of the Denali's largest campgrounds.
Point Reyes National Seashore Oyster Company Will Be Allowed To Continue Operations Pending Court Hearing
An oyster farm ordered out of Point Reyes National Seashore will be allowed to continue operations at least until a court hearing in late January under an agreement the operation's owner reached with the Justice Department.
Seldom Seen Smith has to be rolling his eyes, and George Hayduke just might be thinking of calling the Monkey Wrench Gang back together. Why? A voluminous Interior Department report looking at how best to manage precious water resources in the Colorado River Basin largely ignores national parks the river flows through.
More Than Five Tons Of Elk Meat Donated To Needy Through Theodore Roosevelt National Park's Elk Reduction Program
More than five tons of meat has been donated to the needy through the elk reduction program at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Work to replace an underground cable that provides electricity to Phantom Ranch will close parts of the Bright Angel Campground at Grand Canyon National Park for about two months, according to park officials.
Unseasonably warm weather, coupled with a lack of moisture in far West Texas and southeastern New Mexico, has led Guadalupe Mountains National Park officials to raise the fire danger rating to "high" in the park.
Parks Beyond Borders: High-Tech Visitor Center Will Earn Finland’s National Parks International Exposure
Cumberland Island National Seashore officials are visiting their core mission and the significance of the national seashore, and want public input to help them sculpt a "Foundation Document" for the seashore.
To highlight the National Park Service’s upcoming centennial in 2016, Grand Teton National Park will soon be launching a multi-year initiative focused on local “Class of 2016” students.
Looking for a new adventure? Where better to find one than on a gorgeous Hawaiian island?
More group campsites have been added to the campgrounds in Congaree National Park in South Carolina. At the same time, the national park has put a halt to car camping in the park.
Why is one wolf a "rock star," and another simply a wolf?
National Park Service employees continue to give lukewarm marks for the agency when it comes to job satisfaction, according to this year's Best Places To Work in the Federal Government survey.
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Nearly a year after Interior Secretary Ken Salazar promised to fix a misquote on the "Stone of Hope" at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, officials have come up with a plan on how to do that: scratch out the quote.