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#MyNatureSelfie Winner Announced

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This past summer has rendered a crazy whirlwind of amazing photos from all around the country to honor this year's National Park Service Centennial. Since April 25th, our judges here at the Forever Resorts home office have had the chance to see all of the great photos for themselves, and each voting became harder and harder as submissions into the contest got more captivating.

#MyNatureSelfie: August Recap

Category: National Park Centennial

Congratulations to all of our winners for the month of August! As many of you know, we have extended the length of our contest by one month so you still have time to enter your #MyNatureSelfie. The last day to enter your submissions will be September 25 and we will announce the Grand Prize winner on September 30th! You can find out how to enter at the end of this page.

Celebrating 100 Years

Category: National Park Centennial

August 25, 2016 marked the 100th Birthday for the National Parks Service and our NPS properties took the time to celebrate. We're so grateful to have so many properties in the National Parks and NPS waters and areas that we do so naturally we had cause to celebrate as well. Even our team at the Forever Resorts home office in Scottsdale, Arizona, along with our CEO Rex Maughn joined in on the festivities.

#MyNatureSelfie: July Recap

Category: National Park Centennial

The #MyNatureSelfie Contest continues and this past July had no lack of great photos. Thank you to all of our participants, just remember, even if you didn't win the weekly or monthly prize, your submissions are still in the running for the grand prize.

#MyNatureSelfie: June Recap

Category: National Park Centennial

As August gets closer and closer, we still continue to get more amazing photos submitted to us from all across the country for the #MyNatureSelfie contest. We are so excited to see everyone else getting as geared up for the National Park Service Centennial as we are with all of your #MyNatureSelfie Submissions. This past month, we had one winner who lucked out and not only won for their weekly running, but for the month of June as well. See this month's past winners!

#MyNatureSelfie: May Recap

Category: National Park Centennial

We've seen so many great submissions in the past month to our #MyNatureSelfie Contest and couldn't be happier about the submissions. From Florida to Hawaii to Bryce Canyon, the submissions have come in far and wide. Even if you haven't won yet, thank you all for such great submissions. These winners along with our other submissions from the end of April and all of May will be considered for the grand prize voting in August.

Every Kid in a Park Art Contest

Category: National Park Centennial

The National Park Service is turning 100 this year and they have celebrated with the Every Kid in a Park Art Contest here at Lake Mead! Along with the Clark County School District School-Community Partnership Office and the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, students from the school district were encouraged to create an image that displayed the beautiful park lands of Southern Nevada and the National Park Service’s Every Kid in a Park Centennial theme.

My Nature Selfie Photo Contest

Category: National Park Centennial

Break out your smartphone and head out to a National Park and take your #MyNatureSelfie! At Forever Resorts we are celebrating the National Park Service’s 100 years of operation by providing everyone a chance to win a weekly, monthly, and grand prize when you take a picture of yourself at a National Park or National Recreation Area. The grand prize will be announced on August 25th and you will be eligible to win a 2-night stay at any of our participating Forever Resorts locations.

The National Parks Service is Turning 100!

Category: National Park Centennial

August 25, 2016 is a day to celebrate as the National Parks Service will be turning 100! After a century of service, the National Parks Service has transformed many of the Nation’s most beautiful parks into historic places to remember. The National Parks Service was officially established on August 25, 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson to help protect and preserve all of the Nation’s National Parks. Now 100 years later, the National Parks Service wants everyone to join in to celebrate their Centennial.