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Contact: David Graveline, 505-672-3861 x 1519Bandelier National Monument and other National Park Service areas will waive entrance fees on Saturday, April 17 to celebrate the start of National Park Week 2021. Fee free days provide an opportunity to explore Bandelier or another national park for the first time or visit an old favorite. Entrance fee waivers do not apply to expanded amenity fees such as camping.
Every April, during the presidentially proclaimed National Park Week, the National Park Service joins with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks, to celebrate America's treasures. National Park Week is a time to explore amazing places, discover stories of history and culture, volunteer, and find your park. National Park Week 2021 runs from April 17 - April 25. Parks across the country will host a variety of special programs, events, and digital experiences. There are also special theme days during the week to highlight the different ways everyone can enjoy national parks.
Daily themes for this year are:
• April 17 – Park RX & Fee Free Day
• April 18 – Volunteer Sunday
• April 19 – Military Monday
• April 20 – Transformation Tuesday
• April 21 – Way back Wednesday
• April 22 – Earth Day
• April 23 – Friendship Friday
• April 24 – National Junior Ranger Day
• April 25 – BARK Ranger Day
National Park Week is an annual national celebration for people to discover and enjoy our country’s remarkable network of natural, cultural, and recreational sites. The NPS encourages everyone to find a connection to the vast network of national parks which protect and preserve our natural and cultural history.
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Last updated: April 12, 2021