My Park Journal - Coming Soon

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We are very excited about this. For the last 13 years, we have enjoyed communicating with our visitors and hearing about their many adventures in our beloved parks system. As a nation, we are fortunate to have such an abundance of amazing and beautiful parks from coast-to-coast. Exploring these parks is what we all have in common. From national parks to our local state parks, it's a passion that we must continue to encourage and pass on to future generations.

What is Our Plan?

We are building a new area to the site where visitors--like yourself!--can sign up and journal about your park experiences. Why on and not just a blog on Wordpress, etc? Our community of park and outdoors enthusiasts is just that, a community. Most visitors to have had, or are planning, a visit to a park. We are all like-minded outdoor adventurers here, so rather than surf the whole web for personal outdoor tales look no further than

Many in our remarkable community have sent us emails filled with their adventures and we would like for the whole world to be able to experience these amazing journeys. Whether you write about your recent camping trip to Rocky Mountain National Park, or a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to Yellowstone you took years ago, what you have to say about our nation's treasures is too important to keep to yourself.

Sharing is Helping

The more that is shared, the more others can learn about parks. These journals will be on display for everyone to experience and even the National Park Service can see just how much fun their visitors have during their park vacations. Your personal story might just encourage a family to take their next vacation to one of our nation's stunning parks.

We Need Testers

Before this new project goes live we will be in need of some "testers" to make sure that the journals are running smoothly and wish-lists of what you might want are taken care of to the best of our abilities. If this new project sounds fun to you, please contact us directly and let us know you would like to be added to the testing list by using the "Contact Us" button to the left of any page expressing your interest. You may also get in touch with us on



Thanks for reading and we look forward to hearing from you!

The Team @

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