National Park Service sites receive approximately 280 million visitors each year. The Public Use Statistics Office website provides historic and current visitor use statistics for 374 of the 400+ units included in the National Park System (statistics are not available for some areas; for example, those with joint administration of federal and non-federal lands).
Click here to be transferred to the National Park Service Public Use Statistics Office.
(FY = fiscal year)
Did You Know?
Before Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States designated Big Cypress as the country's first national preserve, in 1974, he worked as a National Park Ranger at Yellowstone National Park, in 1936. He was the only US President to have worked for the National Park Service.