I'm so grateful of your knowledge are the care you give this national park. My hope is this care will keep this park open for our future generations. As is my hope for all National Parks.
Thank you for making my visits informative, safe, beautiful and so much more enjoyable. It is always a pleasure to speak with you.
YNP my husband and I cannot begin to thank you all for your hard work and dedication. We were visiting Yellowstone when the flood hit and through it all we didn’t meet one person who was soured by the tragic events that took place. We met caring individuals who took time to explain to us visitors the importance of the decision to close the park was for visitors safety and the safety of the animals, as well as their own. It was amazing how quickly YNP worked as a team to get the park to a safe environment to reopen.
I have actually never been to a national park, but if the rangers are anything like our State Park Rangers, then they are a treasure. I am so thankful for anyone that helps us keep our parks open. I used to be a volunteer docent at our local State Park, Highlands Hammock in Sebring, FL., and learned about the CCC at that time. So grateful for all they did to get things started. Thank you to everyone for all you do to keep our parks open and available to all!
Came across a volunteer for the search and rescue team at Bryce who helped us along the way and through Wall Street was knowledgeable and friendly and really made our hike better. Was a slender middle age man saying there and working as a volunteer and they are really a committed bunch...not easy work. Well done and thank you
Thank you for all your hard work and dedication - it is greatly appreciated!
I just wanted to express my appreciation and gratitude to all the park rangers for your service, diligence and kindness in managing our parks. Your management, care and helpfulness allow myself and all others to enjoy the pristine natural beauty of our country. God bless all of you and best wishes to you and your loved ones!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!! When my husband and I were in our mid-sixties and newly retired from 9-5 work schedules, we bought an RV and for the ensuing 4 years spent 6 months each year trekking around the US visiting our parks and National Monuments. It was well worth waiting for! We had a delightful time together - and with any of our 15 grandchildren who were free to join us - seeing the many wonders of our beautiful country, coast to coast.
Thank you, Park Rangers, for all that you do to help share the beauty and wonders of our national park system with its visitors. Often, when I am walking or hiking in local or state parks I am reminded of some special bit of information about nature that was passed on to me by a park ranger. Your efforts and enthusiasm for your job are appreciated.