NPS Centennial at Golden Gate
Celebrate the National Park Service's 100th anniversary at Golden Gate National Recreation Area! Join a Centennial Volunteer Day, become a Jr. Ranger or participate in one of the many special Centennial events taking place throughout the park. As 2016 kicks off a second century of stewardship and community engagement, we hope you join in on the fun.
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Centennial Community Events
Find Your Parks at Golden Gate
Whether it's nature, history, recreational activities or just getting away from it all that floats your boat, Golden Gate National Recreation Area invites you and your family to come on out and Find Your Park!
While most of the GGNRA is open and free to the public, entrance fees across the country have been waived in honor of the Centennial.In the GGNRA, Muir Woods will be free on the following dates:
·August 25-28, 2016 - National Park Service Birthday Weekend
For those passport stamp collectors, a special 2016 Centennial stamp is available at the Presidio Visitor Center, Muir Woods National Monument Visitor Center and Fort Point Visitor Center.
Every Kid in a Park!
Attention all 4th graders and their families! In celebration of the Centennial, you and your family are invited to visit all your national parks, including Muir Woods National Monument, for free for the entire 2016 year. Download your pass today.
Become a Jr. Ranger! Visit Alcatraz Island, Marin Headlands Visitor Center or Muir Woods Visitor Center any day during the year and ask for your Jr. Ranger booklet. Special Jr. Ranger Day events are being held through the park during the Centennial year. Check our calendar for upcoming events.
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