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Kids get to be an archaeologist for a day by sifting through dirt in search of artifacts and documenting their finds.
Take a trip back in time to the 19th century riding a boat through the canal at Great Falls.
Learn more about the Pueblo people through cultural demonstrations, including performances and craft-making.
Join a ranger to learn about fungi found around the park and its important role in the forest ecosystem.
Get batty for bats, one of the park's residents. Build bat houses, listen to bat calls, and learn how to help protect their environments.
Visitors of all ages are encouraged to learn lifesaving skills about swimming safety at the beach and rescue techniques.
National heritage areas join natural, historic, and cultural features through community-based conservation for all.
The Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary Series highlights geographic regions and important themes in American history.
More than 250 National Park Service units have been featured in travel-style articles over the years. New parks are featured each month.
Last updated: July 14, 2017