All Together Now

Sharing the National Park experience in a group setting creates a recipe for a bonded community. We tend to “find ourselves” in the solitude of a place, but in a group, we feel a new sense of pride for our country at a monument or gain a different outlook on our world from on top of a mountain. Each person present has a different experience, but all of those experiences lend themselves to the ultimate experience of the group, which in turn bonds the individual to their community and the place in which they live. When visiting these national sites with others, your group becomes bonded with the cement of a rich cultural experience.



Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, 2012, Gracie Gibler

Volcanic Bonding

Stories from visitors that experienced the bonding qualities of parks can be found here.