Shared Stories From All Parks

From Jodi in Antietam National Battlefield
Burnside Bridge at Antietam... if you look close.. you can see the witness trees on the left of the picture... beautiful... more
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From Charlene in Grand Canyon National Park
While taking a history tour with a park ranger the condors started to appear - what a THRILL. There were at least 8 condors... more
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After graduating grad. school, my first practice was in king of Prussia near valley forge natl. park. I was in my 30's and... more
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My fondest memory of Grand Teton was a trip my family took years ago. My oldest son was 4, and his little brother was 1.... more
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In the summer of 1975 my family was camping east of the Grand Teton National Park -- we got up very early one morning and... more
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It was during a July 4, 2011 trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone that my husband and I knew for sure that we were ready to... more
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It was during a July 4, 2011 trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone that my husband and I knew for sure that we were ready to... more
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From John in Grand Canyon National Park
On the morning of January 5th, 2011 the temperature at the South Rim was hovering between 5 and 10 below zero. My spouse and... more
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The Agua Fria National Monument is a hidden gem in the Southwest along The Great Western Trail. It has hundreds of miles of... more
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I wish I could find a National Park with facilities for a large family reunion that is not a campground. Many families need... more
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