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U.S. Department of the Interior  Protecting America’s Great Outdoors and Powering Our Future. This is the official account for the Department.


It’s a short 1.5-mile roundtrip hike to one of the most spectacular sights in the Southwest: #HorseshoeBend. Located just north of the Grand Canyon and outside Page, #Arizona, Horseshoe Bend offers spectacular views of the curving, winding #ColoradoRiver that cut through the area’s red sandstone. Photo courtesy of Eric Neitzel (@LifeByEric). #ShotOniPhone #usinterior #findyourpark

There’s a lot to do at #Congaree #NationalPark in #SouthCarolina. Whether you prefer paddling Cedar Creek, roughing it on a backcountry camping trip, fishing in oxbow lake, having a picnic, joining a ranger-led "Owl Prowl" or just taking a short stroll on the boardwalk, the park is ready to welcome you. #Fall photo @congareenps by National Park Service. #FindYourPark #usinterior

One of the best places to watch sunrise at Black Canyon of the Gunnison #NationalPark: Cedar Point. This easy ⅔-mile round trip offers breathtaking views of the Gunnison River over 2,000 feet below and the famous Painted Wall (the tallest cliff in #Colorado at 2,250 feet). Photo @blackcanyonnps courtesy of Bob Falcone (@hikingbob_co). #usinterior #findyourpark

The beauty of #autumn attracts large numbers of sightseers to the #BlueRidge Parkway in #NorthCarolina and #Virginia. People often ask when "peak" season will occur. In a park that is nearly 470 miles long and varies over 5,000 feet in elevation, there is no simple way to predict fall color. The intensity and timing of changes are determined by complex environmental factors and the genetic makeup of the plants themselves. For those with lucky timing, the view is incredible. Photo @blueridgenps by Philip Varney (www.sharetheexperience.org, @pvarneyphotography3). #FindYourPark #usinterior

Most of the trees in #Yosemite #NationalPark in #California are evergreen, so #fall usually isn’t too dramatic. Still, big-leaf maples, black oaks, Pacific dogwoods and other deciduous trees tend to be showy around mid-October. With fewer visitors than the summer, searchers can take their time looking for a touch of gold or a flash of orange. Finding an autumn view like this along the Merced River is well worth the effort. Photo @yosemitenps by Laura Ashburn (www.sharetheexperience.org). #FindYourPark #usinterior

Twenty miles outside of Boston, #Massachusetts, and not far from the historic battlefields of Lexington and Concord, #GreatMeadows National #WildlifeRefuge features 3,800 acres of #wetlands and forests -- perfect habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Over 200 species of birds have been sighted here, and white-tailed deer, beaver, fisher, otter, muskrats, red fox, weasels, and various small mammals all find a home in the refuge. Photo by Deb Della Piana (www.sharetheexperience.org). #usinterior

Exciting news from #AssateagueIsland National Seashore. 🐢🐢 In September an entire loggerhead sea #turtle nest successfully hatched on the #Maryland end of the island with approximately 100 hatchlings making their way out into the ocean. In the Atlantic Ocean, loggerhead sea turtles typically nest on sandy beaches from North Carolina to Florida; it is rare for loggerheads to have successful nests north of Virginia. Although multiple #seaturtle nesting attempts have been documented within the National Seashore in past years, this is the first confirmed hatch and the largest number of hatchlings ever recorded. Video by #NationalPark Service. #usinterior #findyourpark

On this day in 1781, British forces under General Charles Lord Cornwallis marched across the #Yorktown Battlefield in #Virginia to surrender to General George Washington, effectively ending the #RevolutionaryWar. More than five years after the Declaration of Independence was signed, Washington’s army finally achieved the decisive victory that would guarantee our nation’s future. Visit the now peaceful battlefield to learn more about this dramatic moment in our history. Photo at Colonial National Historical Park - #YorktownBattlefield by James Gramm (www.sharetheexperience.org). #FindYourPark #usinterior

We’re ending the @alaskanps takeover with #Denali National Park & Preserve (@denalinps). Measuring 20,310 feet, Denali is the tallest peak in North America and an ever present feature on the landscape. But the park is more than the mountain. With six millions acres of wild land, solitude, tranquility and wilderness await. Photo by #NationalPark Service. Be sure to follow @alaskanps for more amazing photos of Alaska’s wild frontier. #usinterior #findyourpark #alaskaday

The @alaskanps takeover ofAlaska’s spectacular landscape takes us to the largest park in the country. At 13.2 million acres, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve (@wrangellstenps) is a rugged and beautiful area filled with endless opportunities for adventure. Mount St. Elias (pictured here) is located on the international boundary and is the second tallest mountain in both the U.S. and Canada. It rises 18,008 feet from sea level in just 10 miles! Photo by Neal Herbert, #NationalPark Service. #usinterior #findyourpark #alaskaday

The @alaskanps takeover continues with these Steller sea lions resting on the rocks of Kenai Fjords National Park (@kenaifjordsnps). #KenaiFjords is home to breathtaking glaciers, icefields and coastal fjord, which create a diverse ecosystem for the sea lions and many other animals in this Alaska park. Stellar #sealions can be seen throughout the year at the park’s numerous haul-outs. Which Stellar sea lion are you? Photo by K. Thoresen, #NationalPark Service. #usinterior #findyourpark

Happy #AlaskaDay! 150 years ago today, the Territory of #Alaska was formally transferred from Russia to the United States. To celebrate this important day in Alaska history, @alaskanps is taking over @USInterior to highlight some of Alaska’s amazing national parks.

First up is Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. This vast landscape does not contain any roads or trails and remains virtually unchanged except by the forces of nature. Those who seek out solitude and wilderness are not disappointed. A northern river reflects the alpenglow of the Brooks Range. Photo by Carl Johnson, #NationalPark Service. #usinterior #findyourpark

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