Posted by William Charles on January 3, 2020
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Published on January 3rd, 2020 | by William Charles

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You Can Visit America’s National Parks For Free On These Days In 2020

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The Fine Print

Our Verdict

If you can I’d recommend actually visiting outside of these free days purely because there is always a lot more people during these days. That being said if you can’t afford to do that then these free days are a great way to explore somewhere you might not normally explore (or you can use the free day to ‘sample’ a particular park before going back another time). Bank of America has a Museums On Us program as well that offers free access to select museums that might be of interest to some readers as well.



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Mike
Mike

If you have a 4th grade child you can get in free also until Aug 31. https://www.nationalparks.org/our-work/campaigns-initiatives/every-kid-park

The Masked Poster
The Masked Poster

I already have free, lifetime admission to all national parks and national monuments, having bought my Golden Age Passport years ago, for TEN whole dollars(now eighty bucks). Greatest bargain of my life, not having to pay $30-$40 just to enter a park, but then having to pay outrageous prices for lodging and food, courtesy of the concessionaire that operates everything within the parks. I feel sorry for the many who are priced out of visiting our parks, who can’t afford those high prices.

dan
dan

$80 for lifetime is not too bad, esp comparing to the annual’s

Froide
Froide

FYI, one can buy a $20/year annual pass for each of three years, and then in the fourth year trade up to a lifetime $80 pass.

Kyle
Kyle

These are the days to avoid the parks if you can help it, thanks.

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