During National Park Week, April 16-24, 2022, you can explore our country’s most stunning national parks, both in person and from home. The National Park Service is helping us connect with nature through a free entrance day and digital opportunities that bring the national parks to you.
This year’s National Park Week theme is “sPark Connections.” Here’s the full schedule of events. Follow the National Park Service on social media to
2022 National Park Week
April 16: sPark Discovery
April 17: sPark Creativity
National parks have inspired artistic expression and creativity for generations. What is your park muse? What masterpiece can you create?
April 18: sPark Collaboration
We get along with a little help from our friends. Meet our many partners that help expand our reach and offerings and connect people to parks. How can you get involved or participate in opportunities?
April 19: sPark Innovation
The National Park Service incorporates the latest technology to support conservation and preservation efforts while consistently working to improve the visitor experience. How can we surprise you with innovation?
April 20: sPark Opportunities
On Workforce Wednesday, learn about the work we do and the employment opportunities available in the National Park Service and with partner organizations. How can you join?
April 21: sPark Preservation
The National Park Service is a leader and partner in preservation of historic, cultural, natural and recreational resources nationally—and even internationally! How can you get involved in preservation?
April 22: sPark Action
On Earth Day, we look at the health of the environment and how we impact its wellbeing and vice versa. What actions can you do to contribute to a healthy world?
April 23: sPark Curiosity
The National Park Service preserves and protects unique places with fascinating stories and unique landscapes. What are you curious about? What fascinating things can you discover?
April 24: sPark Memories
Generations of visitors have created lasting memories in national parks. What memories and traditions will you create?
Follow the National Park Service on social media to follow along with daily virtual activities. For more information about all of these events, visit the National Park Service’s website.
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