HAPPY 102ND BIRTHDAY, NATIONAL PARK SERVICE!

Today is the 102nd anniversary of the National Park Service, which started on Aug. 25, 1916, thanks to a bill signed by President Woodrow Wilson. There are free-to-visit parks, and pay-at-the-gate parks, and all will see enthusiastic visitors on the service’s birthday.
But if you do want to hang on for a free day at the national parks, you don’t have to hang on for long: The next one is up on Saturday, Sept. 22, in honor of National Public Lands Day. And there is one more 2018 free day to go beyond that, on Nov. 11, a tribute to veterans.
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