The National Park Service, part of the US Department of the Interior, balances the preservation and uses of parks through a system of policies. These vary from park to park and even within a park, and determine specifics of what activities are allowed or not allowed there. These are generally driven by the directive to prevent impairment of various park resources and values, which is a pretty lengthy list:
There is also a list of acceptable exceptions to these rules, such as when directed by Congress, to protect people and facilities, and to restore natural ecosystems.
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