Shared Stories

Welcome to our Shared Stories section, where visitors to our parks and NPCA donors have chosen to share their thoughts and stories regarding our National Parks! Thank you to all who have shared their story with the rest of us!

Want to share your own story of a park visit or perhaps a reason why you support NPCA? Click below to share your own story with others!

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Taking a dip
Laurie McAnespie , February 6, 2013
Having a blast in front of the Natural History Museum!
Flowers on the Wall
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
Teaching the next generation
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
Following a Line
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
The Battle comes to life
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
Following in the Footsteps
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
The Calm of the Morning
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
The Civil War in Modern Memory
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
I am an official National Park Service Photographer. A big part of my job is to capture moments of people appreciating our national parks. I am the photographer and the NPS owns the copyright to this picture. It has been made public domain and...
An Engaging Proposal
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
When I proposed I knew I wanted it to be somewhere special so I went back to where we first kissed, along the Rose River in Shenandoah National Park. This collage captures the joy of the moment.
Framed by a Cathedral
Garrett Radke , February 21, 2013
My wife and I at the tunnel overlook following our wedding at Yosemite National Park
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