National Parks Traveler

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument Is Getting New Visitor Center

by National Parks Traveler | October 2, 2020
“After years of need, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in Montana is getting a bigger and better visitor center, one with the space and proper environmental controls to display more of the monument’s archaeological collections. The 2008 plan called for an enclosed ...

PEER Claims Acting Park Service Director Is Serving Illegally

“Margaret Everson, who has been serving as acting director of the National Park Service since August 7, was illegally appointed and should be removed, according to a court filing by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER originally raised that issue in late August, ...

Interior Department Finalizes eBike Regulations For National Parks

“Thirteen months after Interior Secretary David Bernhardt ordered the National Park Service to grant eBike riders the same access in parks as muscle-powered cyclists enjoyed, the Interior Department on Friday finalized the regulations that allow that access. In December 2019 Public ...

NPS, FAA Develop Framework For Air Tour Management Plans

by National Parks Traveler | August 31, 2020
“Sprawling across across 244,000 acres of prairie, canyons, buttes, and wondrous multi-colored geologic formations, Badlands National Park in South Dakota can be hard to fully grasp and navigate if you’re on foot or even in a vehicle. That’s where taking a flight over the ...

PEER: Margaret Everson Illegally Was Put In Charge Of National Park Service

by National Parks Traveler | August 27, 2020
“Margaret Everson, counselor to Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, was illegally placed in charge of the National Park Service, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. Everson was named acting director for the Park Service on August 7 when Bernhardt announced ...
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