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By: On: Wednesday January 8 2014

National Parks Fee-Free Days

If you were looking for an excuse to check out some of the United States’ amazing national parks, the National Park Service has recently announced a number of Fee-Free days for 2014.

The program provides several fee free days throughout the year at more than 100 national parks that usually charge entrance fees.

By: On: Wednesday June 15 2011

Go RVing Canada has unveiled its list of RVers’ favorite National Parks in honor of Parks Canada’s 100th anniversary. The top parks were voted by RV enthusiasts through Go RVing Canada’s Top 100 Spots to RV in Canada Centennial Contest.

“Today we are celebrating an important milestone,” says Go RVing Canada Spokesperson Angèle Lapointe. “We would like to congratulate Parks Canada for this immense accomplishment and for all of their hard work in providing Canadian RVers with a first-class park service.

“An RV vacation remains an extremely economical way for families to travel. Depending on the RV model, a typical family RV vacation can be up to 75% less expensive per day than other forms of vacation travel.”

The top 10 favourite National Parks for RVers are:
Banff National Park of Canada, AB
Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada, ON
Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada, NS
Fundy National Park of Canada, NB
Gros Morne National Park of Canada, NL
Jasper National Park of Canada, AB
Kootenay National Park of Canada, BC
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada, BC
Riding Mountain National Park of Canada, MB
Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada, AB

By: On: Thursday September 16 2010

parks-free0916If you were looking for an excuse to visit a national park this fall, you may want to mark September 25 (Public Lands Day) and November 11 (Veterans Day) on your calendar.

More than 100 national parks that usually charge entrance fees will waive their fees on those two days! Now is your chance to check out these national treasures without spending a dime to get in. However, other fees, such as camping and tours, do still apply unless otherwise stated.

If you can’t get away on either of those two days, don’t worry; many of the 392 national parks never charge an entrance fee.




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