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Veterans Day Fee Free at National Parks

Events, Travel Tips, What's New — By julietrevelyan on November 7, 2010 at 7:00 am
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It’s another fee-free day at America’s national parks this Thursday the 11th. In honor of the service men and women who have fought (and still do) for our country, this day is one of several that will offer free entrance to national parks that usually charge fees.

Remember, though, that of the 393 areas governed by the National Park System, most don’t even charge a daily entrance fee. So go ahead, take advantage of your national parks. Visit them, enjoy them, support them, love them. They’re there for you!

Canyonlands National Park

Utah national parks fee breakdown:

Arches usually charges $10 per vehicle including all passengers, good for seven days.

Bryce Canyon usually charges $25 per vehicle including all passengers, good for seven days.

Canyonlands usually charges $10 per vehicle including all passengers, good for seven days.

Capitol Reef usually charges $5 per vehicle to travel the Scenic Drive. Otherwise, exploring this breathtaking, undervisited park is free.

Zion usually charges $25 per vehicle including all passengers, good for seven days.

bentonite hills in Capitol Reef National Park

[photos courtesy of levorkKristal Kraft]

Tags: Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, fee-free day, free entrance, Veteran's Day, Zion
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