The National Park Service and other federal law enforcement agencies have always had a guarded, nervous relationship with the National Rifle Association, and with good reason.
After more than 75 years—many of them passed as the most visited unit of the National Park System—the Blue Ridge Parkway has announced the release of its very first Final General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement.
As my internship comes to a close, I can’t help but reflect on my experiences at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Climbing and coffee with a ranger? That's on the schedule beginning next month at Obed Wild and Scenic River in Tennessee.
Guest Column: Will The National Park Service Centennial Bring Positive Change Or Merely Business As Usual?
As the National Park Service approaches its centennial in 2016, is it working to improve the park system, or is it business as usual?
You'll be able to turn the calendar back 253 years at Ninety Six National Historic Site next month when the park marks the anniversary of the first Cherokee attack on Fort Ninety Six.
National Park Foundation Retains New York City Ad Agency To Promote National Park Service Centennial
A New York City advertising agency has been retained by the National Park Foundation to promote the National Park Service's upcoming centennial.
New Superintendent For Appalachian National Scenic Trail Comes From Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument
The new superintendent for the Appalachian National Scenic Trail comes from Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, where she has been superintendent for the past four years.
A host of federal agencies are working to collaborate on efforts to protect coral reefs in the Caribbean.
A man intending to hike roughly 30 miles along the Appalachian National Scenic Trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been found dead at the park's Tricorner Knob Shelter.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, who over the past four years has crisscrossed the nation to oversee management of public lands ranging from national parks to offshore energy deposits, will step down from the job in March.
It's supposed to be the heart of winter, but bats in Great Smoky Mountains National Park have been out and about, leading park officials to warn visitors about encountering bats.
Grand Canyon National Park rangers were searching Monday for a woman who disappeared from a river trip on the Colorado River.