We are hitting the road again!
Just for the weekend and not too far from home but the sunshine is calling our names.
Urgency to get out there arises from our National Park System’s Free Admission Days; April 18 and 19 is opening weekend for our nation’s most treasured places, and entry fees, although regularly minimal, are waived!
“If it’s FREE, it’s for me!”
I urge you to get up and get out there to visit and support our parks because if we don’t, future generations are at risk of losing these historic and beautiful gems.
The park system relies heavily on visitor contributions and support so we’ll be donating in spite of our waived fees.
If not for the parks, our big trip last summer would not have been as enriching as it was. My patriotic duty is to spread the love I feel for those memories with my readers (if I have any).
When you hear National Park, you may think Grand Canyon or Mount Rushmore but you’ll be surprised to find many right in your own back yard.
Here is the list of participating parks who waive their entrance fees.
Be sure to browse around the nps.gov website for information, trip ideas and web-based ranger programs.
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