Get Out There.

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America’s national parks are as unique and varied as the people who love them. They are places where people find their serenity, their moments, and their adventures. There are lots of ways to experience the parks, no matter where you are. What’s your park? Time to find out.

A National Park Service Employee points to a spot on a map
Thank You

Over 22,000 national park rangers and employees care for our national parks - places that provide comfort, calm, and community, as well as hope and a reminder of the the resilience of the human spirit. We recognize the tireless efforts made during this unprecedented time to keep the parks we love ready for us. 

Devils Tower National Monument
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Share Your Park

Join our online community of adventurers, explorers, and park enthusiasts by sharing your memories, swapping recommendations, and posting your favorite pictures.

Colorful audio waves of Park Tracks
Tune Into Parks

In need of some zen? Tune into PARKTRACKS, an innovative audio experience, and tap into the trends of tranquility and mindfulness.

Red brick buildings of Maggie L Walker National Historic Site
Follow in the Footsteps of African-American Changemakers

Discover just some of the parks that tell the stories of the African American women and men who transformed our nation and influenced the course of American history.

Get Inspired

Not sure where to start? From walls of fresh snow to the walls of a thousand year-old pueblo, these hand-picked park experiences can take you places you would have never dreamed.