President’s Day is fee-free at national parks

Looking for somewhere to go this President’s Day? Why not take advantage of the spring-like weather and visit the Battlefield or another national park? The National Park Service is waiving admission fees on Presidents’ Day, Feb. 20.
Additional savings can be realized at the bookstore located in the Visitor Center at Little Bighorn. The bookstore, operated by Western National Parks Association, will offer 15 percent off in-store merchandise during the fee-free dates.
America’s Best Idea — the national parks — is even better when it’s free.
Remaining fee-free days for this year will be on the following dates:
• April 15–16 and 22–23 — Weekends of National Park Week
• August 25 — National Park Service Birthday
• September 30 — National Public Lands Day
• November 11–12 — Veterans Day Weekend

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