|Above, Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The National Park Service has announced the ten days in 2017 that admission charges to the national parks will be waived.
According to Travel + Leisure:
The U.S. National Park Service has announced the dates when all of its sites will offer free admission this year. Most of the days fall on or around a weekend, which helps to make a perfect three-day trip.
With more than 400 national parks, monuments, and historical sites to discover, there’s no shortage of places to visit. While 137 sites typically charge admission, entrance fees will be waived on these 10 days in 2017.To read more, go here.