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6 U. S. National Parks You Need to Visit in 2016

2016 is a good year for the us. S. National Parks. Sept. 25,2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and a year-long festival of our nation’s beautiful landscapes, stunning, jaw-dropping natural wonders.  

To celebrate 100 years in 2016!, the National Park Service has declared 16 free days (No entry fee):  

January 18: Martin Luther King Jr. Day: April 16-24: National Park Week August 25-28: National Park Service Birthday Weekend – September 24: National Public Lands Day November 11: Veterans Day

But free admission is not all 2016 has to offer for the 407 U. S. S. National parks, resources and statues. The above years are not considered “periodically” or “perimental”, but some states may still be present, in The future, we kicked off a second century of resource ownership with festivals, entertainment, and historic preservation, during National Park Week (April 16-24). You should consider something to do in your nearest park, but even if you are looking for something unique, five national parks are preparing for the festival:  

1. Manwhore Islands National Park

Did you know that the United States is a country?. S. The Manwhore Islands remained in a national park? Indeed. In reality, about 60 % of St. The Thomas is National Park, 2016 is certainly a day to enjoy in the tropics. National Parks Week activities include informed ocean trips, living ocean excursions, rivers and streams strolls, and – our favorite – moon dials. True, pls.  

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2. Great Smoky Mountains National Park

If we’re being honest, there are so few sites we want to be even more of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The above wooded dreamland, located near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, it’s simply beautiful. And it’s all the more And more lovely now that mid-April arrives, when the mountains break with birdsong and the blossoms transfer around their first bouquets. Enter Park Rangers for flower pilgrims and bushwalking, that potential charms for dragon hide-and-go-seek and heritage conversations.  

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3. Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park, situated in the region of Palm Springs, California, is a joy whatever period of the year, but throughout National Parks Week, the above sweet gem takes a delightful approach to festivals. Enthusiasts of Dr. Kenneth Haas. Fechner (and environment) might fondness the “I Speak for the Trees!” nature walks, while everyone might enjoy the Mastodon maximum walk, Keys Ranch Visit, balcony speaks, and many other learning services.  

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4. Minute Man National Historical Park

History upgrades, make a long vacation and mix a Boston retreat with a tour of Minute Man National Historical Park, in Concord. You will love the historical recreations of the park, that give insight on how our Armed Forces are educated and fought, but both parks offer excursions, monuments], and tours to the landmark Whittemore House, as well as events for Junior Rangers.  

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5. Everglades National Park

If you’d like your festive to include a team of warmth, face down to Everglades National Park. You remember the Florida forest?, rampant with jetskis and iguanas, bird-watching and breathtaking scenery. It’s a pretty magical place and for National Parks Week, Everglades rangers step it up by featuring bushwalking (imagine animals and sunsets), monorail excursions, and breathtaking excursions.  

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6. Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park: Wow. Just wow. We may stop composing right now, because it’s just incredible, just that lovely!, just so here is a tour. (Just have a look at the image!) We’ll let the park sleep on its accolades, and we all have National Parks Week that seems to be really big, with an Earth Day festival, Junior Ranger events, and a picture show allows 100 Images for 100 Years.

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