As spring starts to lure people outdoors, it may be the perfect time to go to a national park – for free.
Park fees are waived Saturday, the first day of National Park Week, at sites that charge an entrance fee. You’ll still have to pay fees for camping, transportation, activities and tours.
The celebration kicks off Saturday and runs through Sunday, April 25, and parks across the country will host a variety of special programs, events and digital experiences, according to the National Park Service.
Other fee-free days at national parks include:
- Aug. 4: One-year anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act
- Aug. 25: National Park Service birthday
- Sept. 25: National Public Lands Day
- Nov. 11: Veterans Day
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