National Park Free Entrance Days 2014

Olympic National Park - Driving into the Hoh Rain Forest

Olympic National Park – Photo by Brett Holt (Flickr Creative Commons)

The National Parks are great places to take friends, family and anyone who loves to learn about history or geography. Several of them offer campgrounds and museums so you can learn more while enjoying your stay. There are over 17,000 miles of hiking trails to enjoy and 84 million acres of land throughout the country. Everyone loves these natural and beautiful parks, especially when you can get in for free. There are certain days and weekend throughout the year where you can experience Mother Nature without cost.

Your friends at your local Newnan dealership want you to know about the following fee-free days this year. The first one is in January for Martin Luther King, Jr Day. Even though we have passed this holiday, it will do well to remember that you can get in for free on this day every year. This past weekend, President’s Day weekend, was also free.

National Park Week is held in April. Start it off by visiting a park on April 19 and 20 for free. There are over 400 parks and sites you can choose from and 12,000 campsites across the country. If you don’t get your fill of nature during the week, never fear. There are more days for you to enjoy the outdoors. The NPS’s birthday is on August 25. Join them in celebrating its 97th year with no entrance fees to all the parks across the country. Some are even holding events and activities for you and the kids.

September 27 is a wonderful day to get out there and show the community that you care about nature. Join thousands as they support National Lands Day by cleaning up parks, trails and lands that we all share. After your hard work, enjoy the parks you helped clean for free. The last day that is a free entrance day is November 11. This day is known as Veteran’s Day so take those you love who have served our great Nation to a park or historical site.

Enjoy these fee free days from your friends at SouthTowne Motors.

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