Acadia National Park News:
Acadia National To Receive $1.7 Million From LWCF to Seal Deal On 39 Acre
Acadia National Park soon will grow by 39 acres thanks to federal Land and Water Conservation Fund dollars that will enable the Park Service to acquire the acreage near the Lower Hadlock Pond.

Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park opens for season
Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National park opened today, Monday, June 6 at 10:15 a.m. for the season. his year, park snowplow operators faced many challenges while clearing the road; encountering the most snow they have seen this late in the season for thirty years.

Mountain run-off creates spectacular sights
Without a doubt, most of you know about the concern for severe flooding around the state of Colorado. Albeit dangerous, the intense flow of water is creating some pretty spectacular sights. (Note Video)|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|t

Shenandoah National Park
Wet condition minimize gypsy moths in Shenandoah National Park, no spraying this year

Yellowstone (and Grand Teton) National Park News:
Cattle drive planned in Grand Teton National Park
Authorities say the annual cattle drive in Grand Teton National Park will cause some minor traffic delays this weekend.

Changing winter use in yellowstone
Park Service open to different ideas
Yellowstone National Park managers say the public comments they receive in the coming month will change how they decide to manage the park’s winter snowmobile and snowcoach traffic.

Judge: Hazing of Yellowstone Bison Can Continue
Saying that hazing bison back into Yellowstone National Park via helicopter is better than the alternative -- having the state of Montana kill them -- a federal judge denied a request to halt the practice, at least on a temporary basis.

Amid snowy spring, visitor numbers in Yellowstone down significantly
The number of people visiting Yellowstone National Park is down substantially so far this year compared to last year's record numbers.

Yellowstone East Entrance Now Open Full-Time
Improving road conditions in the Sylvan Pass and the decreased chance of snow slides are causing Yellowstone National Park officials to open the East Entrance for travel 24 hours a day.

Grand Teton National Park sees more vehicle-animal crashes
Mark Gocke drove north on U.S. Highway 89 toward Moran in the early morning 10 years ago in the late fall. It was late November, and Gocke hoped to station himself for elk hunting before the morning sunlight lit the valley.