Acadia National Park News:
Picnic adds delight to trip on horseback
A horseback ride through majestic scenery in Maine calls for a delectable lunch that's as beautiful as the setting.

Carlsbad Caverns:
Caverns employees react to Loop Fire scenario
It was business as usual on Wednesday night at Carlsbad Caverns National Park, but there is view different.

Misc. National Park News:
Free admission to national parks June 21
The National Park Service is offering free admission Tuesday to more than 100 national parks that usually charge entrance fees.

Mount Rainier National Park News:
Washington state man feared dead on Mount Rainier
A climber attempting to reach the 14,410-foot peak of Washington state's Mount Rainier was overcome by hypothermia and probably slid 2,000 feet to his death, national park officials said on Thursday.,0,7485999.story

Olympic National Park News:
Another mountain goat threatens in the Olympic; last year's death recalled
A Shelton man's encounter with an aggressive mountain goat in Mason County on Tuesday was the first such run-in in the Olympic Mountains since a mountain goat killed a Port Angeles man near Hurricane Ridge in October, Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest officials said.

Rocky Mountain National Park News:
Popular access road to RMNP, national forest backcountry to stay closed through July
Blaming the high snowpack and bark beetles, the U.S. Forest Service is keeping one of the most popular backcountry access roads to Rocky Mountain National Park, two campgrounds and three wilderness areas closed until mid-summer.|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Sequoia National Park News:
Emergency rescue at Sequoia National Park
A Squaw Valley hiker had to be rescued this week at Sequoia National Park after falling through a snow bridge into the icy cold creek below, park authorities said. The woman, 52, was found by hikers three hours later suffering from hypothermia, but was able to walk away from the scene.

Yellowstone National Park News:
A 33-year-old man died Thursday after he was knocked off of a raft into the Yellowstone River a mile north of Gardiner.