Mount Rainier National Park Photo © Dave Turner
Refine your view of the National Park Service's activity in this state or territory.
Built during the Depression as a movie theater, Fox Theater is now home to the Spokane Symphony and a treasured performing arts venue.
Discover Millersylvania State Park which survives today largely as it was created by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.
A coalition of outdoor recreation advocates is encouraging walking and bicycling in their community.
Fly a kite, go for a swim, play ball, take a hike, or have a picnic in Seattle’s 2nd largest park.
Federal Historic Preservation tax credits helped transform Spokane’s Legion Building into office and living spaces.
Learn how businessmen struck it rich when they advertised Seattle as “Gateway to the Gold Fields” of Alaska and the Yukon.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/12.