With over 500 national parks in the United States, it can be hard to see all of them with your kids, BUT it just got a little easier!
You can visit over 400 of them for free normally, but others have entrance fees.
This year, on September 24th in celebration of National Public Lands Day, you can get in to all the parks for free! It’s a great reason to head out with your kids and explore a new national park near you.
You can see the list of all the national parks that normally charge here. Choose one near you and check it out on September 24th!
There are several days each year that you can get in free, but there are only two more in 2016. September 24th is one and November 11th will be the last one of the year.
November 11th the entrance fee is waived in observation of veterans day, and it would make a great opportunity to see another park you normally aren’t able to visit!
Do you have a favorite national park that you’ve been excited to visit again with your kids? Or perhaps a new one that you’d love to experience with them for the first time? Share in the comments
And if you don’t know about all the beautiful parks near you, remember to check out the National Parks List here!
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