- State: VI
- NPCA Region: Sun Coast
- Est. Date: 1956
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Idyllic white-sand beaches and crystal clear seas draw many visitors to Virgin Islands National Park each year–and what waits underwater is just as breathtaking. The park includes 5,650 acres of land beneath the ocean, including fragile coral gardens, beautiful seascapes, and resplendent ocean life.
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Virgin Islands National Park is already my third National Park, and I just turned two. Parks provide opportunities for brand new life experiences. It's not every day that I get to build sand castles in powdery white sand, see a grizzly taking a bath in a lake at Glacier NP,…
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Resource Marine Programs in the Sun Coast Region NPCA’s Sun Coast Region approaches our marine work with an eye toward ecosystem conservation, restoration and resilience. We work strategically to identify, assess and proactively address the evolving threats to marine ecosystems and all species and resources within them.
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Report A Legacy Threatened NPCA's photo book shows the damage to parks caused by the 2017 hurricanes.
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Blog Post Paradise Lost As we continue to learn of the human toll and horrific damage caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, NPCA’s executive vice president offers her shock and sadness over one of the places hardest hit — and her deep concern for everyone affected.
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Blog Post Beyond Yellowstone: 8 Unexpected Parks for Wildlife-Watching If you want to see wildlife, it’s hard to beat some of the largest, most popular parks in the country: Yellowstone, Glacier, Denali, Olympic, Great Smoky Mountains, and the Everglades are all winning choices. But what if you’ve already explored those parks and want to try something new—or just want to avoid the crowds? Here are eight less-visited parks that offer excellent and varied wildlife-watching opportunities.
Read more about Center for State of the Parks: Virgin Islands National Park
Report Center for State of the Parks: Virgin Islands National Park Recognizing the significance of the natural and cultural resources found within Virgin Islands National Park and Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument, NPCA’s Center for State of the Parks assessed the current conditions of these resources.
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