Looking for ideas for a 2021 family vacation? You’re in luck! Plan your outside activities from now.
With over 400 National Parks in the United States, adding free entrance dates for all parks broadens the opportunity for adventurers and nature-lovers alike to visit more locations.
Even if you hadn’t planned on touring a National Park in the near future, check out the list of Fee-Free Parks by State and consider adding them to the agenda of a budget-friendly road trip.
Mark your calendars for six specific days in 2021 where you can skip the park passes, as the National Park Services will be waiving entrance fees for everyone at national parks that normally charge admission.
Check out the following list of fee-free dates:
January 18th: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
April 17th: First day of National Park Week
August 4th: Great American Outdoors Act One-Year Anniversary
August 25th: National Park Service Birthday
September 25th: National Public Lands Day
November 11th: Veterans Day
The National Park Service is once again offering free entrance days to U.S. National Parks, no special park pass is needed. Just plan your visit and take advantage of this freebie. You've got plenty enough time!
These dates fall on different days of the week, which is a bonus for people with non-traditional schedules or for families planning a National Parks field day for remote learning.
It’s much easier to adhere to social distancing in the great outdoors, and the National Parks Service is encouraging you to “Recreate Responsibly“. Be sure to contact the park you’ll be visiting in advance for any pertinent updates or guidance.
Schedule your vacation days and gear up for 2021. It’s one less concern to know that you will have a free pass, and from today you can choose a date and take care of all the planning.