Yosemite National Park ©Darby Hayes
Refine your view of the National Park Service's activity in this state or territory.
Discover how citizens worked together to secure greater public access to the Salinas River.
San Francisco honors the "grandfather of Golden Gate Park" with a 312-acre park offering playfields, meadows, wetlands, and hiking trails.
A former Army base is now public land, with walking trails through Monterey shoreline and dunes.
Learn how the spectacular gardens of Alcatraz Island came to exist and why they continue to flourish.
The Eugene J. de Sabla Teahouse and Garden is a triumph of architecture and landscape design.
Award-winning rehabilitation created homes, offices, and new purpose for a former subway terminal in downtown LA.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.