The National Parks Service, a federal agency within the Department of the Interior, administers all national parks, monuments, and other sections of the system.
Yes Brazil has national parks or monuments...
The national parks and the national monuments are administered and controlled by the Department of the Interior, U.S. government.
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Yes, some national parks and monuments are within urban areas.
Yes, there are.
In Georgia there are no national PARKS. The national monuments include Fort Frederica, Fort Pulaski, and Ocmulgee -- all preserving historic areas. There are also national historic sites and national battlefields.
The US National Parks are run by the National Park Service. US National Monuments, however, are run by either the National Park Service, the US Forest Service, or the Bureau of Land Management.
Vicksburg National Military Park is in Mississippi.
There are three national PARKS in Arizona: Grand Canyon, Saguaro, and Petrified Forest. There are also several national monuments and national historic parks.
In total there are 401
He set aside 194 million acres as nature preserves, monuments and national parks.
For National Parks and Monuments, see http://www.nps.gov/state/tx .
In national parks and monuments, no. In SOME national preserves, but only by special permission. In national forests, yes; but it's regulated.
David V. Harris has written: 'The geologic story of the national parks and monuments' -- subject(s): Geology, National parks and reserves, Natural monuments
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New Mexico has one national park -- Carlsbad Caverns -- as well as ten national monuments and two national historical parks.
There are many National Historic Parks, Historic Trails, and National Monuments in New Mexico. The two National Parks, though, are Carlsbad Caverns National Park, and Chaco Culture National Park.
At the moment there are 59 national Parks in the US. Together they cover an area of 210.000 square kilometers. The US Goverment disband 7 national parks since 1875, but most of them are integrated in new national parks or national monuments.
Utah's National Parks, Monuments & State Parks are filled with amazing natural wonders.
As of 2011, there are 58 areas in the US, administered by the National Parks Service and legally designated as national "parks" (as opposed to national monuments, lakeshores, recreational areas, etc).
Bryant park and six flags.
Alaska has eight national parks (some are also preserves), three national monuments, and three national preserves not connected with any national park. California has seven national parks (or eight, if you count Sequoia and Kings Canyon as separate), six national monuments, and one national preserve. I'll let you decide which state has the "greatest number."
There are many National Monuments and Forests as well as four National Parks, Grand Canyon, Joshua Tree, Petrified Forest and Saguaro National Park.