National Parks Offer Free Admission This Weekend
by Cheryl Rosen
National Parks Offer Free Admission This Weekend

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Its National Park Week, so admission is being waived at all of the nation’s great parks this weekend, April 22-23.

Billed as America's largest celebration of our national heritage, the program will give visitors entry to all 417 national parks, including Acadia, Everglades, Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone.

For the full list of parks, click this searchable listing.

As part of the celebration, on April 22, Earth Day, visitors can join a volunteer project, while on April 23, Park Rx Day, park rangers will lead special programs.

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