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Free fees in national parks this summer
Don't miss these opportunities to see all your favorite national treasures for free!
Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 02:00 PM
Grand Teton National Park. (Photo: Birdfreak/Flickr)
Mark your calendars! This summer, all national parks around the country will open their gates and offer free admission to the public — but you have to know when and where to go. Hopefully, you caught our tip a few weeks ago and headed out for a fee-free weekend in early June. If you missed that one, don't worry, there are plenty more to come.
Here is a list of the remaining fee-free days
at national parks this year:
Aug. 14-15, 2010
Sept. 25, 2010 (Public Lands Day)
Nov. 11, 2010 (Veterans Day)
Almost all national parks that charge a fee are participating, but you should still check out this U.S. National Parks Service
site for a list of participating parks to make sure that your favorite spot is on the list. Oh, and remember, you'll still have to pay the usual fees at campgrounds and concession stands, and any fees collected by third parties.
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