North Carolina

all of them

Thank you so very much for all you do! We love to go to our national parks, and find your roles to be invaluable and so very illuminating! I've always had questions, and you've always been quite happy to answer them with complete and understandable responses. You are a vital part of our wonderful National Park System!

all Park Rangers & staff!!!

It's been over 10 years since we've had a chance to visit national parks. At that time, we went to five parks in the southwestern US. This past September we had the pleasure of doing a Road Scholar tour to three national parks in the Northwest US. Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier were breathtaking! If it were not for the National Park Service, its rangers and ambassadors, the Parks would not be so precious! We owe a great deal to them for preserving God's creation throughout our country. Thank you!

Cedar Breaks Park Rangers

We camped at Cedar Breaks National Monument August 30-September 2. I can not say enough kind words to the whole staff there. From the Camp Host to the Store Attendant everyone was very friendly and helped us navigate our way through the park. I wish I would have gotten the names of the two women park rangers. They were fantastic and very knowledgeable about the park and area. We especially enjoyed the Geology Talks given by the ranger.

National Park Ambassadors

I love all of the National Parks. I appreciate everyone! Thank you for all of your hard work 24/7 and 365 days a year! Keep up with the excellent service! I would like to list some of the breath-taking and amazing views of these National Parks. Thanks to Gates of the Artic Nation, Glacier Bay, Kenai Fjords, Denali, Everglades, Great Smoky Mountains, Virgin Islands, Grand Teton, Wrangell St. Elias, Grand Canyon, Hot Springs, Acadia, Gateway Arch, Cuyahoga Valley and all of the National Parks that I did not mention here.


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