7 Adventurers Celebrate the NPS’s Centennial with their Favorite Memory of the Grand Canyon

On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service Organic Act and officially created the National Park Service. 100 years later, the National Park Service has grown from its original 35 parks to more than 400 national parks, monuments, and lands. That’s certainly something to celebrate!

To help mark this momentous occasion, we asked 7 intrepid adventurers to share their favorite memory of visiting the Grand Canyon. Here’s what they had to say:
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Questions About The Grand Canyon You Didn’t Think To Ask

No matter how prepared you are for your vacation, something unexpected always seems to complicate the perfect plan. Planning ahead and researching your trip can help you avoid unfortunate travel frustrations, but it’s hard to know what questions to ask when you’re visiting somewhere completely new.

The Grand Canyon may be one of the most popular destinations in America, but it’s not exempt from surprise travel snafus. Some questions about your visit may be easy to answer, but what about all those questions you didn’t know to ask? We’re here with the answers.

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