Start your summer with free entry to National Parks


(BDCi) – What better way to celebrate the beginning of the summer by visiting the United States national parks for free!

The National Park Service is waiving entrance fees at all national parks on Tuesday, June 21. The entrance fee waiver does not include other fees such as those charged for camping, reservations, tours and use of concessions services. But still such an incentive for families to enjoy the outdoors and national heritage.

Additional fee free days in 2011 are National Public Lands Day (Sept. 24) and the weekend of Veterans Day (Nov. 11-13). Fee-free days have been offered the past two years as a cost-friendly family vacation option in the economic slump.

By: Adrianna Lobo
Source: National Park Service
June 19, 2011


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