The US National Park System is made up of hundreds of parks, monuments and historic sites spread across all 50 states, multiple territories and offer a glimpse into the natural beauty and amazing history of the United States. Please feel free to browse through our website to get information (most of it first hand from our experience) at many of these locations. Explore the parks from Denali National Park in Alaska to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming to Death Valley National Park in California. Experience Acadia in Maine to Volcano National Park in Hawaii. You will find detailed information on the website for information on Western States National Parks, United States National Parks, and Eastern States National Parks.
The US National Park system began
in 1872 when an Act of Congress established Yellowstone National Park
as the first park set aside to preserve its natural beauty. Ironically,
the park was initially established to protect the largest number of geothermal
features in the world, but the park is now most famous for its undisturbed beauty.
This website will provide you with information that is "text-book"
in describing facilities, amenities, etc, while also providing unique
information that I have learned visiting most of these places. This website
is in no way associated with the National Park Service or
any other government agency. Please make sure you verify all information with the local park facilities to verify information provided on this website. We have done our best to provide accurate information, but we are in no way responsible for anything that changes.
You will find a State by State
Guide to National Park Info on our website that details the different
national parks throughout the country. The Western National Parks and
West National Parks are found in Alaska, Arizona,
Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
I encourage everyone to take time and visit our national parks and national monuments found throughout the country. There is no better way to learn and teach others about our nation's history, the geology of our planet, and how our world has evolved.
I have also included a section on the website that includes some of my photography. Most of the photography you find on here was taken in various National Parks and Monuments around the country. All of the prints are available for sale. Please feel free to contact me through the link on the left side for more information.
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