On Thursday, President Obama announced that even as the federal shutdown continued, states could open national parks within …
Starting this Saturday, and stretching all the way through the following weekend, entrance fees are being waived at all national parks that usually charge for admission.
The only fee-free day at national parks this summer is the first day of summer, Tuesday, June 21. All national parks and monuments that usually charge admission waive all entrance fees on this day, and several other dates throughout the year.
What do ice cream, HBO, online dating, massages, seafood, personal training, and French fries have to do with filing your taxes? Who cares! What’s important is that they’re all offered with discounts or totally for free sometime between Friday and the final day to file taxes this year, Monday, April 18.
Thursday, November 11, marks not only Veterans Day, but the year’s last fee-free day at national parks and monuments around the country. All national parks that usually charge admission are waiving normal fees so that all comers can visit for free.
On August 14 and 15, all national parks are waiving normal admission fees and granting free entrance to all park visitors. Entrance fees usually run $20 to $25 at the country’s most popular national parks like Yosemite and Grand Canyon.
April 17 to 25 is National Park Week, when admission is free to more than 100 parks and monuments that usually charge an entrance fee.
In honor of America’s service men and women, entrance fees at all national parks and monuments are being waived on Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11. More details here.
This Saturday and Sunday (August 15-16) mark the last of this summer’s three weekends when admission is free at more than 100 national parks. More details here.
On three weekends this summer, the National Parks Service is offering free entrance at more than 100 parks that normally charge admission fees. The weekends are: June 20-21 (this weekend, Father’s Day), July 18-19, and August 15-16. Read more here.