Got an awesome national park memory? Share it with us

Ever waited out a snowstorm under a sequoia in Yosemite National Park? Or fallen asleep to the howls of wolves in Yellowstone?

As the National Park Service turns 100 this year, we are seeking your favorite park-related memories.

Your recollections will be included in our coverage of this important celebration of some of the world’s most amazing destinations. National parks, monuments, preserves, recreation areas and other units are all in play.

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Maybe these photos of Yosemite in snow and other national parks will jog your memory.

Please keep submissions to 100 words or less, and include your full name, city of residence and a photo, if you have one. The approximate date of the experience should be included too.

Send to, with “Park Memory” in the subject line. Photos may not be more than 10MB. You can also upload them to Flickr at or use the hashtag #MyParkMemory on Twitter and Instagram.


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