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Heads up for National Public Lands Day and Free National Park Entrance on September 28th
A Big Hump Day hello to you!
Life has been a bit crazy on my end - now that my house is under contract for sale, I've been running all around the area looking at houses for potential homes for me and the girls. But, it's a good crazy!
We are about to embark on a whole new chapter as a family! So, most days if we are not looking at houses, we are browsing about Pinterest at decorative ideas, paint colors and furnishings for our "new home."
Now for some good news for those travelers visiting any of the National Parks at the end of the month - entrance will be free on September 28th!!
That's right, in celebration of National Public Lands Day, the National Park Service has designated five fee-free events in 2019 for all 418 national parks across the U.S, which includes September 28th.
So, no matter your location and which state you might happen to be on this day, you can enjoy free admission, which can get as high as $20 per person or $30 per vehicle, depending on the park - and that does not include park permits - great savings!
Launched in 1991, National Park Week was introduced to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the National Park Service and has been celebrated annually ever since.
Of all the 418 National Parks, 112 charge entry fees anywhere from $3 to $20 per person or $30 per car.
The nation’s most expensive 9 parks, all of which charge $20 per person or $30 per vehicle for entrance include:
Did you know...
The establishment of the first national park, Yosemite, in 1890 can be traced back more
than 150 years ago, when President Lincoln
signed the Yosemite Grant, setting aside
land for preservation and public use.
Visiting the National Parks is really something that should not be missed. Our country has some of the most gorgeous national wonders and we are so lucky to have the opportunity to commune with nature across this great land including those in Alaska and Hawaii!
Off on my day of errands!