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National Park Week Brings Free Admission

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Tomorrow begins National Park Week, bringing with it free park admission Monday through Friday and a variety of special events.  Those events take place at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center in Moose including National Junior Ranger Day tomorrow to help young people participate in three or more activities and earn a Junior Ranger patch.  At the same time, members of the public will also be invited to explore a variety of vehicles and equipment used in park operations including snow plows, fire engines, and ranger cars; and to listen to tales about events in Grand Teton National Park over the years.  A shuttle bus will be available tomorrow from Miller Park in Jackson to the visitor center at 10:15, 11:15 and 12:15.  Meanwhile, Yellowstone National Park plans to open several roads in the park with access available for the first time this season from West Yellowstone.

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