Free National Park Entrance Days Start in April
The National Park Service really wants more and more people to check out their offerings, especially since they’ve started allowing visitors into plenty of parks for free over the last couple years.
This year is no different, as Uncle Sam is eager to invite one and all into his backyard without shelling out up to $20 or so per carload. Entrance fees will be waived on the first day of summer—that’s June 21. Things will also be free on Public Lands Day on September 24 along with Veterans Day weekend from November 11 through 13.
The best possible time to visit a park might be this spring thanks to National Park Week. Freebie days run from April 16 through April 24, so it might be the perfect time to plan a little bit of a road trip through some of the country’s best natural treasures.
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· National Parks coverage [Jaunted]
[Photo: Andrew Kalat]