North Carolina

All Park Employees

I would like to thank all National Park people. You do a wonderful job looking after our parks. I enjoy the parks very much and am in awe at how well you maintain the park system. People have no idea at the work and dedication it takes to maintain such a vast area. Again thank you very much for all you do.

Elizabeth Printz

I just got home from my 2nd experience with being a campground host at Shenandoah N.P in VA. The park is amazing and the campgrounds I volunteered in (Matthew's Arm and Lewis Mtn) were both really beautiful: spacious sites surrounded by trees and some terrific hiking experiences nearby. The best part of the whole experience was working with the Rangers. They are all extremely professional, generous, and kind-hearted. Their love for the Park shines through and they all are so devoted to enhancing the visitor's experience as much as they can.


I would like to give a big shout out to Ethan, who gave us such an interesting tour of Ft. Frederica. He was friendly, knowledgeable and a pleasure to be around! I have met some wonderful rangers on visits to our National Parks, and Ethan was no exception! Thank you for your service!

National Park Ambassadors

It's been over 15 years since my wife & I enjoyed one of the greatest adventures in our lives when we visited these six national parks: Zion, Bryce, Canyon Lands, Capitol Reef. Arches & Grand Canyon! We traveled during the last two weeks in May. There were almost no crowds! A real highlight of this adventure was the time we spent speaking to National Park Rangers who gave us great information and guidance on how to get the most out of our experience. We certainly would not have enjoyed these Parks nearly as much without their great and friendly assistance. Thank you!


We, my husband, family and I, appreciate all your hard work, commitment and dedication. We have taken our kids when they were younger on hikes regularly. They've learned to appreciate their surroundings and what inhabits the area. Thank you

Interpretive and Protective Ranger Force

Thank you for your dedication and service to the public. My father was in charge of the Wetherill Mesa Archeological Lab at the Park from 1959 to 1966, during Project '66. The rangers were key in helping visitors, both American and foreign, in understanding the culture and daily lives and work of the Anasazi people, who occupied the area from the 9th to the 13th centuries, when they disappeared, probably due to a 26-year long drought. The evening campfire talks were among my favorite activities there.


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