Tabastanian National Parks Service
The Tabastanian National Parks Service is responsible for the protection and administration of all 8 Tabastanian National Parks. The National Parks cover many different types of climate and terrain, and protect many beautiful and unique areas in the PCRT. The National Parks Service is the agency that preserves and manages these national parks along with National monuments and National Preserves within the country.
The headquarters of the National Parks Service is located on 222 Resource Boulevard in the capitol, Tualatin City. A information centre is open to the public. The administration also covers the national monuments, such as the McKellinger Canyon National Monument, and natural and educational reserves.
- ‡ Tabastanian National Heritage
Please note, National park shields are exaggerated slightly
|Baritú Forest||Tualastan||24 April 2016||191,000 sq feet||2,722|
|Coquihue Volcano||Coquihue||27 December 2017||190,700 sq ft||644|
|Byrom Desert||South Byrom||25 July 2017||67,000 sq ft||1,227|
|Byrom Oasis||Agua Caliente||6 September 2018||42,000 sq ft||2,324|
|Highland Forest||South Byrom||4 June 2017||65,000 sq ft||977|
|Hand Canyon South||Lumberton||22 October 2008||98,088 sq ft||4,913|
|Hand Canyon North||Tualastan||26 October 2008||100,098 sq ft||4,332|
|Mount Joshua||Llano||30 October 2016||205,772 sq ft||3,748|