"National Get Outdoors Day" Offers Free Admission to Many Parks

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

If you're looking to spend some time outdoors this weekend go ahead, the government wants you to.

Saturday is the first ever "National Get Outdoors Day".

To encourage you to spend some time in the fresh air, you'll be able to get in free to about one-third of national parks, forest, wildlife refuges and other public lands that usually charge entrance fees.

You'll find a list of the parks that aren't charging admission Saturday by clicking the link below.

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