How to behave in National Parks -- according to the people who work there

By Alex Lauer Visiting a national park seems simple enough. Pack plenty of water, wear a good pair of shoes and make sure your phone is charged. You get to experience one of America’s natural wonders while supporting the people who work there and the wildlife that exists there. It’s a win-win. Much of the time, unfortunately, that’s not what happens. Anyone who has visited a national park in recent years (or has a Twitter account) knows many Americans still have no clue how to behave. In the past few years, there have been a number of viral incidents involving visitor misbehavior, like that ti...