Now that tourism is picking back up after nearly coming to a halt at the height of the pandemic,
we're considering resuming our original plans to explore the incredible natural wonders that lie within the United States' borders.
The 423 national parks in the United States are a prime example of these kinds of places,
since they each include their own special blend of natural beauty, cultural significance, and historical artefacts.
Read on for a complete calendar of events and suggestions for more cost-free outdoor activities.
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 16), we didn't have to pay for anything. There are four additional opportunities to see it this year if you missed it.
April 22: First day of National Park Week
August 4: Anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act
September 23: National Public Lands Day
November 11: Veterans' Day
The admission price is the only one that is waived during free days; other fees, including as those for camping, boat launches, transportation, and special excursions, still apply.
You may visit Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Zion National Park in Utah,
Acadia National Park in Maine, and Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii without paying any entrance fees.