Do You Capitalize Park In A Sentence?

Do you capitalize National Park in a sentence?

Only capitalise it as part of a proper noun, such as naming a specific national park, not when writing about national parks in general.

Should the word park be capitalized?

When “California State Parks” (or just “State Parks”) refers to a branch of government (the Department of Parks & Recreation), it should be capitalized and used as a singular proper noun.

Does Park have a capital letter?

Use capital letters for the names of people, places, planets, days of the week, titles of rank or relationship (when joined to person’s name, e.g., Sergeant Smith, Uncle Fred), months, holidays, departments, clubs, companies, institutions, bridges, buildings, monuments, parks, ships, hotels, streets, historical events,

Which words should be capitalized?

Use capitals for proper nouns. In other words, capitalize the names of people, specific places, and things. For example: We don’t capitalize the word “bridge” unless it starts a sentence, but we must capitalize Brooklyn Bridge because it is the name of a specific bridge.