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FREE Admission To All National Parks — November 11

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The National Parks Service is offering FREE entrance to over 400 parks Friday, November 11, in honor of Veterans Day. As part of the free entrance day, you can enjoy over 400 National Parks for FREE. Do note that not all National Parks charge fees, but those that do will waive their cost on this day (for example, $25 a car at Big Bend or $20 a car at Rocky Mountain National Park).

You’ll find a long list of participating locations within a drivable distance of Fort Worth, including:

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What: Find out more about how to get  free admission to the U.S. National Parks, hereYou’ll also find helpful planning info here.
When: Friday, November 11, 2016 (Veterans Day) ~ times vary by location
Where: A list of over 400 participating parks around the U.S.
can be found here.
Cost: FREE! Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees,
and transportation entrance fees.

Need a little more time to plan? The next FREE National Parks entrance date is January 18, 2017 — Martin Luther King Day.

P.S. Go here to find out how to get FREE annual parks passes for active military personnel through the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass — offered FREE to all active duty military members and their dependents.

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FREE Admission to All National Parks — Saturday

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The National Parks Service is offering FREE entrance to all parks on National Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 26th. As part of the celebration, you can enjoy over 400 National Parks for FREE. Do note that not all national parks charge fees, but those that do will waive their costs these days (for example, $25 a car at Big Bend or $20 a car at Rocky Mountain National Park).

You’ll find a long list of participating locations within a drivable distance of Fort Worth, including:

Details, Details
What: Find out more about how to get  free admission to the U.S. National Parks, hereYou’ll also find helpful planning info here.
When: Saturday, September 26, 2015 ~ times vary by location
Where: A list of over 400 participating parks around the U.S.
can be found here.
Cost: FREE! Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees,
and transportation entrance fees.

Need a little more time to plan? The next FREE National Parks entrance date is November 11 — Veterans’ Day.

P.S. Go here to find out how to get FREE annual parks passes for Active Duty Military Families through the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass — offered FREE to all active duty military members and their dependents.

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FREE Admission to All U.S. National Parks President’s Day Weekend — February 14-16

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Plan ahead and save on your family trip to the U.S. National Parks…

President’s Day Weekend (February 14-16), enjoy 1000s of  U.S. National Parks, Historical Sites, and other national scenic and recreational areas for FREE! This special fee-free weekend, is sponsored by the U.S. National Parks service and is only offered a few times a year (see other dates below).

Do note that not all National Parks managed areas charge admission fees, but those that do will waive their costs these days (such as $20 a car at Big Bend or $25 a car at the Grand Canyon or Yellowstone National Park).

You’ll find a long list of participating National Parks locations within a drivable distance of Fort Worth, including:

Details, Details
What: Find out more about how to get  free admission to the U.S. National Parks, hereYou’ll also find helpful planning info here.
When: Saturday to Monday, February 14-16, 2015
Times vary by park location.
Where: Go here for a list of the 400 participating National Parks that are participating in free entrance days.  A list of all National Parks managed sites can be found here.
Cost: FREE! Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees,
and transportation entrance fees.

Need a little more time to plan? Take note of these other
FREE National Parks entrance dates during 2015:

  • April 18-19 ~ Opening Weekend of National Park Week
  • August 25 ~ National Park Service Birthday
  • September 26 ~ National Public Lands Day
  • November 11 ~ Veterans Day

Plus, FREE Annual Passes For Active Duty Military Families
Go here to find out how to get free annual parks passes through the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass — offered FREE to all active duty military members and their dependents.

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FREE Admission to All National Parks — Saturday, September 27

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The National Parks Service is sponsoring a FREE entrance day for National Public Lands Day, September 27th. As part of the celebration, you can enjoy over 400 National Parks for FREE. Do note that not all national parks charge fees, but those that do will waive their costs these days (for example, $20 a car at Big Bend or $25 a car at Yellowstone).

You’ll find a long list of participating locations within a drivable distance of Fort Worth, including:

Details, Details
What: Find out more about  National Public Lands Day, here.  Plan your visit here.
When: Saturday, September 27, 2014 ~ times vary by location
Where: A list of over 400 participating parks around the U.S.
can be found here.
Cost: FREE! Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees,
and transportation entrance fees.

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