In celebration of summer, the National Park Service will be waiving all park entrance fees during the weekend of June 5-6. The park service will also honor this deal during August 14 and 15, September 25, and November 11. This is wonderful news for those looking forward to budget travel this summer, as some of the participating parks charge anywhere from $3 to $25. But while you will be saving on the initial entrance fee, charges for camping, tours and concessions remain in effect.
Take these rare opportunities to visit Yosemite and tour Yellowstone National Park for free! National parks have enjoyed an increase in travel recently, seeing that they are excellent trips that fit within any budget, are great for children and families, and also appeal to those seeing adventure tourism. These parks truly are great vacations that can suit any preference; for those that seek luxury and elegance, a tour to Yosemite offers the historic Ahwahnee Hotel. Yellowstone offers thrill-seekers the perfect backdrop for exciting hikes, bike rides, and an opportunity to see some of the country’s most unique wildlife. Plan your vacation soon and see why many are trekking to our country’s most treasured national parks this summer!