Get a head start on summer fun with free admission to any national park this Saturday, June 9th. In celebration of National Get Outdoors Day, all 397 national parks are waiving entrance fees so you can observe wildlife, paddle a waterway, walk on the beach, or enjoy a picnic. National Get Outdoors Day is part of Great Outdoors Month. Take advantage by visiting National Parks in New York City and nearby, including the Statue of Liberty National Monument, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace at 28 East 30th St., Grants Tomb, Gateway National Park in Brooklyn and Queens, and the Vanderbilt Mansion Historical Site in Hyde Park, in the Hudson Valley. And, of course, national parks a bit further away, including Yellowstone and Yosemite. Click here for the entire list of fee-free national parks. The U.S. National Park Service operates millions of acres of picture-postcard views and educational experiences in hundreds of national parks, historic sites, and heritage areas. An annual pass for a carload is $80, or $10 for a lifetime pass for seniors.
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