The National Park Service has recently taken the internet by storm with some intermittent breaks from their usual helpful advice and highlights of our nationals beautiful national parks. Every so often, they've found a way to brighten our days with a bit of humor on their Twitter account. Here's the best we found:
There are more than 400 national parks across the country. We love exploring parks off the beaten path. They can be a great option for travelers looking for all the beauty of nature, hiking trails, and rich history, with fewer crowds and lines.— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) February 23, 2023
If not friend, why friend shaped?— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) February 28, 2023
What about your other friend? Seeing a bear in the wild is a special treat for any visitor to a national park. While it is an exciting moment, it is important to remember that bears in national parks are wild and can be dangerous.
Did you know if you hold an ermine up to your ear, you can hear what it’s like to be attacked by an ermine?— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) July 17, 2022
For the record, don’t pick up any wild animal…even if it’s “stoatally”cute!
Find more wildlife watching tips: https://t.co/XW3xBhfbG9#RecreateResponsibly pic.twitter.com/Pt8VVkX05b
You know it’s cold outside when you go outside and it’s cold.— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 18, 2023
Bring a tall friend and let them lead.— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 24, 2023
Across the country, thousands of miles of hiking trails are waiting for you to explore! Planning and preparation are key steps to being safe on the trail.
Find tips to hike smart at: https://t.co/lGf22d1wWY
Trails often look more flat on the map. — National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 20, 2023
When you get out of the shower and sit on the bed trying to get yourself pumped up to get dressed and start your day. pic.twitter.com/bKl2lfdNuk— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) February 21, 2023
Sources say the woods. pic.twitter.com/uCi6JKlXTU— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) February 23, 2023
Posted on March 2, 2023