National Park Week: Free entrance April 21-29

If you're thinking about a spontaneous jaunt to a national park anytime this spring, now is the time to do it. April 21 -29 is National Park Week, which means free admission.

From Yosemite to Shenandoah, national parks and other Park Service units are welcoming visitors for free admission, special events and volunteer days throughout the week.

Plan your National Park Week trip

Check out the National Park Week page, where you can browse the parks and special events taking place at National Parks throughout National Park Week.

Free admissions to all 397 units, including national parks and national monuments.

April 21-29

Can't go? Find other free National Park dates throughout the year.

The Wilderness Society and National Parks

The Wilderness Society works to ensure that portions of our National Parks are preserved as federally protected wilderness, the highest level of protection afforded by the government.

These wilderness designations are important because they ensure the most pristine portions of national parks remain unblemished from industry and development for all Americans to enjoy year after year.

Learn more about our work on National Parks.

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