Image description: The moon rises over Mt. Everts in Yellowstone National Park.
Photo by Jim Peaco
Saturday, September 29 is National Public Lands Day. This is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer event for public lands. Find a volunteer site if you want to help improve our public lands by planting trees and native plants, collecting trash, improving trails, and more.
In honor of National Public Lands Day, all national parks offer free admission. Plan your visit to a national park today.
Find a national park near you and spend some time outdoors.
Image description: A picture of the solar eclipse that happened over the weekend taken at Arches National Park in Utah.
Photo from the National Park Service.
If you enjoy visiting America’s beautiful national parks and recreation areas, consider buying an annual pass.
The $80 pass lets the you and your accompanying passengers (or up to four adults at sites where per-person fees are charged) enter more than 2,000 federal recreation areas.
The National Park Service offers other kinds of passes such as: