20/20 Vision for 2020

Graphic of "2020" made of various shapes and text reading "Your Adventure Awaits...National Parks"

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Look ahead through 2020 to envision your park experience. Explore the endless opportunities to connect with nature, learn about history, and enjoy recreation at more than 400 national parks and National Park Service (NPS) programs and partners engaged with communities across the country.

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In Focus Now

Check out things happening now or coming up soon, including celebrations, commemorations, and new programs and opportunities.

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Mapping Your Journey

Every moment is part of someone’s journey, and every park is full of their stories. Where will your map take you—in person or virtually?

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2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Learn about the National Park Service response to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Recreate Responsibly

Join the #RecreateResponsibly movement to protect America's treasures while looking out for each other's health and safety.

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Parked at Home?

Stay connected with national parks across the country with online resources and virtual experiences.

A Wider Lens

Join nationwide commemorations and celebrations around milestone anniversaries happening all year long.
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400 Years of African American History

During 2020, the NPS continues to commemorate more than 400 years of African American history and heritage.

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19th Amendment Centennial

Leading up to the 100th anniversary in August, learn about the suffragist movement and follow the race to ratification.

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50 Years of Volunteers In Parks

As the Volunteer In Parks (VIP) program turns 50 years old in 2020, we are celebrating accomplishments and gearing up for the future.

20 in '20

Throughout the year, find lists of 20 things to learn about a topic or 20 ways to enjoy national parks and opportunities from NPS programs and our partners.

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    Last updated: June 30, 2020