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Find Your Virtual Park During National Park Week April 18-26

Celebrate National Park Week from April 18 through 26 with fun and innovative digital experiences. While parked at home, journey to national parks through a variety of online activities including virtual tours, scavenger hunts, trivia contests, and junior ranger programs.

“Although much has changed in recent weeks, an assortment of fun and engaging digital National Park Week events can help people connect to our shared heritage and natural landscapes,” said David Vela, National Park Service Deputy Director, exercising the authority of the Director. 

From April 16 through 26, a special limited-time park ranger emoji will appear alongside #FindYourPark, #EncuentraTuParque, #FindYourVirtualPark, and #NationalParkWeek on Twitter. It’s a crowd favorite that is only available for a short time, so use it while you can! (Imagery courtesy of Twitter)
From April 16 through 26, a special limited-time park ranger emoji will appear alongside #FindYourPark, #EncuentraTuParque, #FindYourVirtualPark, and #NationalParkWeek on Twitter. It’s a crowd favorite that is only available for a short time, so use it while you can! (Imagery courtesy of Twitter)

To preview the celebration of National Park Week, the National Park Service and National Park Foundation will host a Twitter chat today, April 16 at 1:00 PM EDT. Join the conversation and share favorite memories, tips and stories about national parks using the hashtags #FindYourPark and #NationalParkWeek. From April 16 through 26, a special limited-time park ranger emoji will appear with the use of these hashtags, in addition to #FindYourVirtualPark and #EncuentraTuParque on Twitter.

“Knowing that national parks can provide a source of comfort and strength, the National Park Foundation is focused on bringing the beauty and wonder of parks to people digitally during National Park Week,” said National Park Foundation President and CEO Will Shafroth.

The Find Your Virtual Park page on NPS.gov provides resources that feature the sights and sounds of parks, games, videos, webcams and kid-friendly activities. The National Park Foundation offers a series of virtual escapes as well as suggestions for home-based park experiences.

In addition, each day of National Park Week will highlight a specific theme:

For more information, please the National Park Service and National Park Week.

Image: Jairph on Unsplash

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