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Friday, January 06, 2012

Free Entrance (& Lifetime Pass) at National Parks

Every year the National Park Service has several fee-free days at more than 100 national parks.

The first one for this year is Martin Luther King, Jr weekend - Jan 14-16.

For those who might not know, the National Park Service offers a life-time pass for those with a permanent disability. The Access Pass can be obtained, for free, in person; or for $10 by mail.

This pass allows the person with a disability and up to 3 adult guests (children under 16 are always free) free admittance to per-person fee parks, and free entrance for sites that charge per vehicle.

Go here for more information on the Access Pass.

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Alison said...

What great information! We LOVE National Parks!

barryandashley said...

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Monica (Jakel) Crumley said...

Wow, thanks for that tip! Must check it out!

P said...

Oh my goodness!! Thanks!! LACMA in Los Angeles has free passes for all kids with one adult escort up to age 18-next gen program.