Celebrate First Day of Summer with Free Admission into U.S. National Parks on June 21, 2011

0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pin It Share 0 LinkedIn 0 Email -- 0 Flares ×
National Park Service Ranger on Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia

National Park Service Ranger on Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia

If you visit this blog often, you know I’m a big supporter of our country’s national parks. Although admission is already a bargain, the U.S. National Park Service will be celebrating the beginning of summer with free admission into National Parks on Tuesday, June 21, 2011. Find the list of participating national parks by state on the National Park Service website.

Beyond June 21, there are two more dates in 2011 when the National Park Service will waive admission, these are:

  • Sept. 24 for Public Lands Day
  • Nov. 11 – 13 for Veterans Day Weekend.

Visit ParkPartners.org website for a list of special offers by national park concessioners during these free days.

Hope you have the opportunity to enjoy your national parks!

Note: Although entrance fees, commercial tour fees and transportation entrance fees are waived, fees as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees collected by third parties are not included, unless otherwise noted.

For additional information, visit the National Park Service Free Entrance Day Webpage.

Related articles:
Tips for Traveling Solo to Yellowstone National Park

8 Tips for Budget Vacation in Yellowstone National Park

8 Basic Safety Tips for Camping in National Parks

How a Hiking Trail Led to a Career Path

Safety Tips While Visiting National Parks

Author: Solo Travel Girl

Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., a hiking trail led Jennifer Huber, aka: Solo Travel Girl, to a career path in tourism. She has worked in the tourism industry for more than 20 years including 10 years with a park management company in Yellowstone, Death Valley and Everglades National Park. She currently lives in Southwest Florida, and maintains this travel blog with the goal of inspiring others to travel alone, not lonely.

Share This Post On

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *