San José, northern California’s largest city and home to many of Silicon Valley’s largest employers, has a large natural and developed park system that provides beauty, recreational opportunities, access to nature, and positive environmental impacts to residents, workers, and tourists alike.

Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA)

REI helps The Trust for Public Land build, celebrate, and promote great parks in cities across the country.

The U.S. Congress returned from an extended "state and district work period" on September 8, which means that it will be a very busy September, and beyond.

Maine's White Mountains to Moosehead Lake Program Map

The Land for People award is the Trust for Public Land's highest honor, presented to a person who demonstrates exemplary service in creating parks and conserving land for people.

A small but significant percentage of city parks are being paid for out of a federal funding source known as the Community Development Block Grant program, or CDBG. Administered by the U.S.

The Johnson County Park & Recreation District (JCPRD) was established in 1955 and is the only special park district in Kansas. By providing park areas and access to an array of outdoor activities, JCPRD generates numerous economic benefits within the local community.

Volunteers at Mildred Helms, Newark

Neighbors' participation in park design and development brings many benefits--and community involvement doesn't stop when construction is complete.

Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.

Washington Watch, April 2014

New York City's Central Park

Based on in-depth surveys of park systems in the nation's 100 most populous cities, City Park Facts is the leading source of urban parks data. The annual report covers park acreage, spending, and accessibility as well as the number of specific types of parks in each city.