Visit a National Park for Free on January 20

Montezuma Castle National Monument | Courtesy of National Park Service

Montezuma Castle National Monument | Courtesy of National Park Service

If you aren’t working on Monday, January 20, why not visit one of America’s 401 national parks, monuments and recreation areas? And here’s a bonus: There are no entrance fees at the parks that day in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Only 133 national parks normally charge entrance fees. The Arizona parks on that list are:

So, enjoy free entry at those parks next Monday! If you’d like to stop worrying about entrance fees altogether, the National Park Service offers an $80 annual pass that covers all national parks. It’s a must for anyone making more than a few visits to our nation’s parks every year.

Other fee-free days in 2014: February 15-17 (Presidents Day weekend), April 19-20 (opening weekend of National Park Week), August 25 (the National Park Service’s birthday), September 27 (National Public Lands Day) and November 11 (Veterans Day). For more information, click here.

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Filed under Et Cetera, Getaways, Mother Nature, Things to Do

2 responses to “Visit a National Park for Free on January 20

  1. Reblogged this on My Musings of Non-Linear Non-Sense and commented:
    Lots of great places to visit for free on the 20th of this month!

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