Free Admission Days to National Parks in 2018

Free Admission Days to National Parks in 2019
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Free Admission Days to National Parks in 2018

On a budget?  Our National Parks offer free admission days for 2018. The number of fee-free days has been reduced from ten days to only four days in 2018, so you’ll definitely want these days marked on your calendars!

Free U.S. National Park Admission Days for 2018

January 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service
April 21: First day of National Park Week
September 22: National Public Lands Day
November 11: Veterans Day

Which Parks to Visit?

In the Pacific Northwest, we have four major national parks:

Mount Rainier National Park (Washington) – Find out when you’ll enjoy Peak Wildflower Season at Mt. Rainier National Park

North Cascades National Park (Washington) – Read about our Favorite Hike in North Cascades National Park

Olympic National Park (Washington) – Check out our Road Trip Around Olympic National Park

Crater Lake National Park (Oregon) – Read about Off-Season Fun at Crater Lake National Park

There are dozens of other sites — national monuments, historical parks and preserves  — that are managed by the National Park Service as well. 

 

photo: Cascade Pass Trail, courtesy of North Cascades National Park
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