Congress: Fix America's National Parks!

Trail closed sign at Grand Canyon National Park
Many national park trails are in need of repair. Amy Hagovsky/NPCA

For decades, America's national parks have suffered from overdue maintenance needs, such as degraded roads, deteriorated trails, and outdated visitor centers. These repairs currently total $11.6 billion.

Thankfully, Republicans and Democrats in Congress, along with the administration, recently came together and crafted legislation that addresses the parks' most critical needs over the next five years. In fact, this is our best opportunity in more than 50 years to get national parks the help they need with much-needed repairs.

Tell your members of Congress to do everything they can to fix America's parks by supporting and passing this bipartisan legislation today!


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Support and Pass the Restore Our Parks (and Public Lands) Act

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