Construction on the Transcanyon Water Pipeline has recently closed several popular hiking trails on the South Rim, including the Bright Angel Trail, parts of the Tonto Trail and Plateau Point.
State Route 67 and all services on the North Rim are expected to re-open May 15.
For the third year and with the help of community donors, the town of Tusayan has re-opened The Santa Shack.
Delaware North is once again is sponsoring an Angel Tree this holiday season.
The pantry is solely operated by community volunteers and they are in desperate need of more help.
Those interested are invited to take part in the annual Christmas Bird Count Dec. 17 on the South Rim.
Effective Dec. 1, the South Rim shuttle bus and Mather Campground have transitioned into winter operations.
Kolob Canyons Road in Zion National Park reopened to the public after repairs were completed this month.
Geology happens very slowly... or all at once.
The park recently announced changes to its campground
Grand Teton began charging for backcountry permits in 2014 and last modified the fees in 2018.
The Glen Canyon dam and powerplant has grappled with the relentless invasion of quagga mussels for over a decade.
Arizona State Parks has brought in heavy machinery to lay an aggregate base for newly cleared trails at Rockin’ River Ranch State Park, Arizona’s newest state park to open soon.
MOOSE, Wyo. — Effective Jan. 10, Grand Teton National Park will change the backcountry camping permit fee to $20, plus a $7 per person, per night fee to camp overnight in the backcountry. Grand Teton began charging for backcountry permits in 2014 and last modified the fees in 2018.