NPCA's photo book shows the damage to parks caused by the 2017 hurricanes.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria damaged or destroyed historic structures, housing, visitor centers, ferry boats, levees, boardwalks, docks, trails, roads, dams, bridges and lodging at many national parks.
Storms harmed natural habitat, threatening water quality, affecting wildlife and making communities more vulnerable to future storm surges. We must rebuild the places that were devastated by these storms.
We urge support for including robust National Park Service funding in the next disaster relief bill. The funds must be sufficient to meet parks’ needs and rebuild infrastructure to be more resistant to future storms.
The views expressed in the booklet and on this page are those of the National Parks Conservation Association and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Park Service.
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- Andersonville National Historic Site
- Big Thicket National Preserve
- Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
- Christiansted National Historic Site
- Cumberland Island National Seashore
- Everglades National Park
- Fort Frederica National Monument
- Fort Pulaski National Monument
- Jimmy Carter National Historical Park
- Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park
- Padre Island National Seashore
- Salt River Bay National Historical Park & Ecological Preserve
- San Juan National Historic Site
- Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument
- Virgin Islands National Park
- Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
- Congaree National Park
- Cowpens National Battlefield
- Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park
- Kings Mountain National Military Park
- Ninety Six National Historic Site
- Reconstruction Era National Historical Park