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National Park Week

Grand_Canyon-hd-11.jpgApril 16-24 is National Park Week, an annual event promoting America's National Parks. As part of this promotion, national parks throughout the country are offering free admission.

Parks across the country are also holding special events during this week. Choose a state and date range to see what events are happening at national parks near you.

National Park Week isn't the only time when national parks are free to visit. Other fee-free days this year are June 21st (First Day of Summer), September 24 (Public Lands Day), and November 11-13 (Veterans Day weekend).

If you want to learn more about Utah's National Parks, check out resources available from Utah Government Publications Online.

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