Where’s Your Perfect Park?

Never take for granted the splendor, beauty and value of our state and national parks. Many vacation destinations are near at least one.

When visiting White Oak Lodge and Resort, you’re surrounded by the glorious Great Smoky Mountain National Park. But what if you could find your dream park, wherever you decide to travel next?

The National Park Service and the National Park Foundation have developed a website that basically acts like a matchmaker, pairing people with their perfect park or public land.

FindYourPark.com will be officially unveiled in 2016 in honor of the National Park Service’s centennial celebration. The interactive site lets you connect with parks and National Park Service programs across the country, share your park stories, and hear from other park enthusiasts.

You’ll also be able to discover new ways to experience your national parks and learn about events and volunteer activities taking place across the nation. Here are some of the things you can do on the new site.

Find Your Park
Take a quiz to identify what you are most looking for in a park, then search for parks that match. You can also search for parks by location or find parks close to your current location.

Share Your Park
Share your best park memories – be it song, story, photo or anything that embodies what you love about a particular park.

Support Your Park
Through the National Parks Foundation, you can help support more than 400 parks nationwide through giving, protecting, and inspiring others to form lifelong relationships with our national parks. This in turn generates enthusiasm and stewards the next generation of park visitors.

Have fun finding your perfect park!

How many national parks have you visited? What’s your favorite?

Victoria Hoffman

A native of New Jersey, Victoria isn't entirely sure how she ended up in Kansas City, but has enjoyed writing, editing, creating, communicating and marketing for high-profile accounts throughout the city ever since. In her spare time, Victoria is an actor (and active) with local community and city theatre.