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Click through to take a look to see where Crater Lake ranks, in terms of size, among all Oregon national parks.
The fire was one of several in the area caused by lightning in the past 24 hours, according to the monument's acting fire management officer, Andy Bundshuh.
The view of the largest alluvial fan in Rocky Mountain National Park taken from a lookout on Trail Ridge Road.
A new National Park Service report shows that 1.14 million visitors to Shenandoah National Park in 2013 spent $72.4 million in communities near the park.
Visitors and local businesses alike were happy to see the Going-to-the-Sun Road open for the season on July 3, 2014.
With its rugged coastline and spectacular views from Cadillac Mountain, it's a special place for many Mainers and now it seems all of America thinks Acadia is pretty special too.
Rockfall hazard and risk in Yosemite Valley's Curry Village. Cabin damage resulting from an October 2008 rockfall.
The wife of a Marine who vanished nearly one month ago had suffered a miscarriage a few months before her disappearance, a close friend said.
The National Mall offers an breathtaking panoramic view of the U.S. Capitol building, a must see sight on the list of many Washington, D.C. tourists.
Don't take the drones with you when you head out to the Cape Cod National Seashore this summer.
The National Park Service is beginning the process to develop a mountain goat management for Washington's Olympic National Park, superintendent Sarah Creachbaum announced this week.
According to Karen Beck-Herzog with the National Park Service, the women were hiking on the Old Rag Mountain in an area known for being steep and rocky.
Last year, Aztec Ruins National Monument and Chaco Culture National Historical Park collectively added more than $3.8 million and 52 jobs to the local economy.
It's the third time since Sunday search and rescue crews have been dispatched to look for swimmers who disappeared in waters near the Arizona line.
Chaparral-covered hillsides dotted with oaks surround both sides of a barbed-wire fence with signs reading: "U.S. boundary."
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Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 03:32 am
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