National Parks Are Celebrating 100 Years With Free Entrances In April

As it gets warmer, it gets better and better to go out and experience the amazing nature in California and the United States. Well this year marks the 100th anniversary of National Parks around the United States, and so all parks will be waiving entrance fees for two weekends this month! April 15-16 as well as April 22-23rd will have NO entrance fees.

According to the Sacramento Bee, the fee waiver includes entrance, commercial tour and transportation entrance fees! While most parks are always free, these are the California parks waiving their fees:

▪  Death Valley National Park

▪  Joshua Tree National Park

▪  Lassen Volcanic National Park

▪  Lava Beds National Monument

 Muir Woods National Monument

▪  San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

▪  Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

▪  Whiskeytown National Recreation Area

▪  Yosemite National Park

Go see California’s natural wonders while it’s free this month!
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