All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Zion’

The Power of One: Saving a Piece of Zion


By Cory MacNulty, NPCA’s Southwest Program Manager It can be a shock to look out at the vast beauty of Zion National Park and spot a giant home built right in the middle of the scenic canyon landscapes that make this part of the country so iconic and inspirational. Fortunately, one plot of land will be saved from this kind [...]

Posted on: October 31 2012
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NPCA’s Favorite Trips: Tips for National Park Adventures Around the Country


The summer travel season is here, and all 397 national parks will offer free admission this Saturday, June 9 for National Get Outdoors Day. Many of us are itching to get out into the parks for hiking, bird-watching, boating, and other adventures. Ready to try something different? Here are a few favorite destinations recommended by NPCA staff members around the country that are a little off the [...]

Posted on: June 5 2012
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National Parks, and Park Apps, Free for National Park Week


Next week is National Park Week! Starting this Saturday, April 21, through Sunday, April 29, all 397 units of the park system will waive their entrance fees, from Acadia to Zion and everywhere in between. The fee-free days make an already affordable vacation to America’s most spectacular places even easier on the wallet, at an ideal time for viewing wildflowers, birds, and waterfalls at many parks.  To [...]

Posted on: April 17 2012
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