In celebration of Great Outdoors Month, I’ve been featuring tips and ideas for creating memorable outdoor experiences with your family. Even if you are not able to take a camping trip, there are still a ton of unique, exciting activities that can be experienced as a family.
This summer, our family has committed to taking at least one camping trip. While we definitely won’t be able to take advantage of the U.S. National Park Service’s free entrance days, I wanted to share them with you!
The U.S. National Park Service will offer free entrance days on June 21st to over 100 National Parks across the country. Waived fees include entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees. Reservations, camping, tours, and concessions are not included in this offer.
Some of the noteworthy National Parks on the list include Yosemite National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Yellowstone National Park. For the complete list, just visit the U.S. National Park Service.
If you miss the 21st of June, take note that there will be additional free entrance days on September 24th and November 11th-13th. And there are 394 National Parks that never require an entrance fee.
No compensation was received for this post. I’m just excited about Great Outdoors Month!