The Forest Service is charged with maintaining "America's Great Outdoors.
Information available includes instructions on reserving campsites, as
well as details on resources and recreational opportunities for each National
Forest and Grassland. This data is accessible by clickable map, by state, or
by forest or grassland name.
Describes accommodations, facilities, and services that are required to be
available and accessible.
Also available from the Consumer Information Center -- National
Wildlife Refuges: A Visitor's Guide, a full color map showing the best
viewing seasons and recreational and educational opportunities at nearly 400
wildlife refuges nationwide.
are issued by the U.S.
Department of State to recommend that Americans avoid travel to a certain
country. Consular Information Sheets are available on every
country in the world and include information such as the location of the U.S.
embassy or consulate, health conditions, unusual currency and entry
regulations, and other important information. The State Department also
provides on-line information on obtaining
and dealing with emergencies
while traveling overseas. Pamphlets of practical travel tips can be ordered from the
Travel Tips and
Information page at minimal costs.
Information on every country in the world, prepared by the U.S. Government
for use by U.S. Government officials. Sources include (among others) the CIA,
Department of State, and the Foreign Broadcast Information Service.