DENVER – National parks across the United States are waiving admission fees on Saturday, Sept. 22 for National Public Lands Day.
That means you can get into parks like Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve and Colorado National Monument free of charge. Click here to find a national park near you.
It’s important to note that while national parks will be free on Saturday, Colorado state parks will still be charging admission.
National Public Lands Day, now in its 25th year, also coincides with National Hunting and Fishing Day.
There are four fee-free days at national parks every year. The next one is on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.