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National Park Week: Free Admission to Parks 4/22-4/26

As part of National Park Week, all U.S. national parks are waiving entrance fees from 4/22 through 4/26, giving visitors an opportunity to explore everywhere from Yellowstone National Park to Everglades National Park free of charge. With 401 national parks and at least one in every state, you don't have to travel far to experience some of America's most extraordinary scenery and wildlife.

Watch the sunrise at Grand Canyon National Park.
Photo provided by Tom Bricker of Travel Caffeine. All rights reserved.

If you've always wanted to visit the famous waterfalls of Yosemite or go rafting at Grand Canyon National Park, there's no better time than National Park Week. Check with local and park-related businesses for special discounts on tours and other activities. And if the word "camping" makes you cringe, Travelocity has some hotel deals under $100 to save money on lodging.

There are a number of special events being held at some of the parks and lots of volunteer opportunities if you want help out.

For more information, check out the National Park Week website or the U.S. National Park Service.

Please note that fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees and transportation entrance fees. Additional fees such as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees collected by third parties are not included unless stated otherwise.


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Mariea is a coffee-loving content specialist at Brad's Deals. She shops online daily to replace belongings that her English Bulldog finds tasty (that's her excuse anyway), and is always on the hunt for great coupons and freebie deals.

2 Responses to “National Park Week: Free Admission to Parks 4/22-4/26”

  1. CD says:

    Really poor taste to lead your most recent email campaign with discount pressure cookers, just days after the Boston bombings where these were used.


    • Hi CD,

      The deal we posted is for a very small slow cooker, essentially an electric fondue pot. A pressure cooker is a very different thing from a slow cooker. I can assure you that no offense was meant. Thank you for your feedback.

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