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8 Perfect Parks for a Winter Workout

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Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get more exercise? Are you determined to enjoy the outdoors, even when the weather is brisk? These eight parks are great spots to stay active and work up a healthy sweat, even—or especially—with a January chill in the air. Each month, NPCA puts together a slideshow exploring the amazing sites in our [...]

Posted on: January 8 2014
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Saturday on the Green: Exploring the First State’s First National Park

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By Katherine McKinney, Senior Coordinator, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office 4 Ideas for First-Time Visitors to First State National Monument Take a hike at Woodlawn, 2,000 acres of park land in the Brandywine Valley and some of the best scenery in the area. Trails and parking are open from 8 am to dusk. Tour the New Castle Court House Museum, Delaware’s original [...]

Posted on: December 17 2013
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Take an Online Tour of Dinosaur National Monument in Utah and Colorado

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The aptly named Dinosaur National Monument is the place to indulge your curiosity about the “terrible lizards” that roamed the Southwest 149 million years ago. The site preserves thousands of fossils in its rock walls as well as the extraordinary scenery carved by the Green and Yampa Rivers. Each month, NPCA puts together a slideshow exploring one of the 401 [...]

Posted on: December 12 2013
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5 Tips for Visiting National Parks in Winter

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By Katie Eucker, Senior Manager of Travel & Corporate Marketing As the manager of NPCA’s ParkScapes travel program for the last seven years, I’ve planned national park trips for hundreds of park lovers all across the country and in all seasons—Texas’ Big Bend in the spring, California’s Yosemite in the autumn, Montana’s Glacier in the summer, and even Alaska’s Denali in the [...]

Posted on: December 2 2013
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Take an Online Tour of the Buffalo, America’s First National River

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Congress designated the Buffalo as America’s first national river back in 1972; today, it remains one of the last undammed rivers in the country. In recent months, NPCA has helped protect its sensitive waters by taking legal action against an unprecedented factory farm that sits on a major tributary of the river. These photos showcase the stunning landscape that supporters [...]

Posted on: November 15 2013
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