Visit a National Park for free on April 21

National Park Week is April 21-29, and you’re invited to start celebrating with a fee-free day on April 21. National Park Service sites that normally charge a fee for entry will admit visitors for free.

The theme for National Park Week in 2018 is “Park Stars,” celebrating everything from starry skies to superstar volunteers, park features, and resources. Parks, programs, and partners nationwide invite people everywhere to explore stories, experiences, and sites that brighten the National Park System and public lands.

April 21 is also National Junior Ranger Day and Volunteer Day, part of National Volunteer Week.

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Other dates to know during National Park Week:

Find a National Park Service site near you at findyourpark.com. Happy exploring!


 

Image: The James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor is a nearby National Park Service site that will be taking part in fee-free day on April 21. Credit: News-Herald file.

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