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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Share your "Why I give to NPCA" story

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Made it!
Monica Demler , February 21, 2013
Capital Gorge, Capital Reef National Park, Utah
Taking a break
Monica Demler , February 21, 2013
Tower Trail, Devil's Tower National Monument
Tired boots
Monica Demler , February 21, 2013
November visit to the Grand Canyon
On the Rim
Tina Risley , February 20, 2013
A photo I took of my husband on the Rim of Grand Canyon.
National Parks - our greatest resources
Margaret Louden , February 20, 2013
I give to the NPCA because we in the United States are so fortunate to have ancestors who preserve wildlands and historical places by creating, adding to, and preserving our National Parks. Many of the places I love to visit are National Parks. ...
Love for falls
Cynthia August , February 20, 2013
Love to see the waterfalls every chance I get. On one occasion few years ago we took our daughters and g-kids. Then a year letter she decided she wanted her wedding at DeSoto Falls. It was a beautiful wedding with all the downfalls of having it...
Freezing on top of Clingmans Dome
Dale and Sandy Coble-Kilgore,TX. , February 20, 2013
It started to sleet and snow just as we were starting to walk up to the observation tower at the top of Clingmans Dome,the highest peak in the Smokies at 6,643 feet.It was awesome,it was well worth the walk and freezing.April 24,2012
Glacier Trip
Tom Degnan , February 20, 2013
Every year we do a friends trip to a National Park.. it's a great opportunity for good friends to get together outside of the hussle and bussle of every day life. This trip took us to Glacier in 2007.
Outdoors
Cynthia August , February 20, 2013
Kids at Little River fall getting feet wet..
Amazing Grace
Olivia Cornwell , February 20, 2013
My relationship with our national parks began in the back of a 1970 Buick wagon filled with five siblings, two dogs, my Salmonella carrying (who knew?) painted turtles, Coleman camping gear, and a frazzled Mom and Dad. Add two canoes tied to the...
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