Looking for an inexpensive adventure

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Well look no further as The National Park Service is offering Free Admission Days.

Get off the couch, out of the house, and explore nature on any of the days listed below at no cost to you. The National Park Service is offering 6 entrance fee free days in 2021. Sidenote- I am a little late in writing this so we missed 1, but there are still 5 days to enjoy this year at the National Park of your choosing. This is the perfect opportunity for you to explore what our country’s parks has to offer at no cost to you. Each park is unique and full of beauty, wildlife, and wonder. Any of the over 400 National Parks, will allow you to visit and explore without an admission charge on the days listed below. Get to know our National Parks and enjoy the great outdoors with this awesome freebie deal!

  1. Martin Luthur King Jr Day-January 18th *Sorry Guys, we missed this one!
  2. Celebrate the first day of National Park Week-April 17th by visiting a National Park
  3. Join the Park for the year anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act on August 4th with a trip to a Park.
  4. Happy Birthday National Park Service! Let’s party at a park on August 25th
  5. National Public Lands day sounds like a great day to visit a park on September 25th
  6. Veterans Day can be a day to walk around the park and reflect on November 11th

Check out the National Park Website to plan your free day or days at the Park. Their website lists the attractions for each park and interesting information specific to that park. So let’s take advantage of this great freebie and get involved in nature. I’ll see y’all at one of the beautiful parks this year!

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