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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
National Park Ambassadors

Behind every national park is a team of ordinary people who are dedicated to maintaining the extraordinary. Meet the National Park Ambassadors who protect our parks and send thanks to an NPS employee or volunteer who made your last visit extra special.

Rainbow flags flying over the Stonewall Inn in NYC
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Honoring LGBTQ History with Pride

While New York City and San Francisco have often been considered the heart of the LGBTQ experience, LGBTQ history can be found throughout the United States, including places like Chicago and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Mountains covered in vegetation
Share Your Park

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

ACE volunteer restoring trail at Wupatki Citadel Ruin
Photo credit: Dawn Kish
Volunteer to Support Your Parks

All citizens can volunteer to support America's natural and cultural resources, including all National Park Service sites. Learn more about how you can support our national treasures.

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.