Recent Examples of national park from the Web
For all their vast plains, canyons, and rushing rivers, America’s national parks don’t offer much of one luxury— privacy—especially in their crowded lodges.
The brand has recently been pretty vocal in fighting the Trump administration's plans to shrink America's national parks—and frankly, it's been good for their business.
And in addition to being a patron of Rhino Conservation Botswana, he was recently appointed President of African Parks, which supports national parks suffering from mismanagement and lack of funding.
The caldera lookout at Jaggar Museum is often crowded around sunset, says Traveler writer Jordi Lippe-McGraw, but since the national park is open 24 hours, the secret is to go for sunrise.
In 2001, the Akron Community Foundation made a $10,000 grant to enable the Trust for Public Land, the city of Akron and the national park preserve and protect the land.
The recent numbers make Fort Vancouver the third most-popular national park site in the Pacific Northwest, behind Olympic and Mount Rainier National Parks.
Four months after Hurricane Irma buzz-sawed its way across South Florida, the state’s busiest national park is understandably still recovering.
James Hamilton, UC San Diego YES: Shutting down national parks can cost tourist dollars, and being unable to get assistance with passports or taxes is disruptive.
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Definition of national park for English Language Learners
: an area of land that is owned and protected by a national government because of its natural beauty or its importance to history or science
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