In 2015 the National Park Service is offering 8 days throughout the year where there will be no fees for admittance to the 127 National Parks that usually charge fees!
When and Where
On April 18th and 19th, for the opening weekend of National Park Week, The remarkable National Parks surrounding Moab, Utah will have free admittance. This includes Arches, Zions, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, and Canyonlands National Parks. What an amazing opportunity to grab the family and plan a weekend getaway into one of the nation’s treasures.
Keep in mind that camping, concessions, tours, and reservation fees will not be waived so if you’re planning on any of these activities than please come prepared.
Admittance to Arches or Canyonlands National Parks can be made very convenient by reserving lodging in beautiful Moab, Utah. Moab is centrally located between several National and State Parks that offer a wide variety of activities from camping to guided tours. Avid outdoor enthusiasts might also find the Moab back country to be a splendid perk while visiting the parks. Moab’s back country offers ideal terrain for mountain biking, river rafting, rock climbing, spelunking, hiking, camping, ATV off road adventure, and four wheel driving. A spectacular night life awaits you with an assortment of eateries, breweries and eclectic selections of art galleries, outdoor retailers, and shops in an authentic western atmosphere. For more information on tourism in Moab, click on this link.
Don’t waste this opportunity. The next National Park Free Fee Day won’t be until August 25th 2015. So beat the summer heat and grab your gear.