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National Park Service Celebrates 97th Birthday

On August 25, 1916, the United States became the first country to set aside some of its most beautiful places for the whole country to cherish and enjoy. The National Park Service was created under Woodrow Wilson and the 64th Congress to care for, protect and promote all of the national parks throughout the country.

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What do you recommend doing in Zion National Park during 110 degree weather?
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River trips are a great way to have fun and keep cool in hot weather at Zion National Park. For more information on river trips, swimming and other activities, please visit the National Park Service's Zion National Park webpage.

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