Enjoy a national park for free on Saturday

ATLANTA — In honor of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, the National Park Service is waiving entrance fees to encourage people to visit a national park.

Fees are being waived at dozens of national parks nationwide that usually charge entry fees, according to the NPS. Park entrance fees generally range from $3 to $25.

“Ranging from the community playground to the world’s first national park, about one third of our country’s land is public space – set aside for all of us to enjoy,” National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis said in a news release. “Whether you prefer to lend a hand on a volunteer project or just take it easy, Let’s Move Outside on National Public Lands Day and experience these wonderful places.”

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