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Free Admission For National Park Week

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Grand Teton National Park offers free admission and more during National Park Week from April 21st through the 29th.  Several activities and events are planned for the whole family and these are also free of charge. Visitors and local residents are encouraged to plan a getaway to experience the natural wonder of Grand Teton during National Park Week. As this year’s theme “Picture Yourself in a Park” suggests, it’s a perfect time to make memories and capture photographs to share online.  The Teton Park Road is free of snow, but vehicles are not allowed to drive it until May 1st. Consequently, National Park Week provides the opportunity to enjoy a hike, bike ride or rollerblade outing on the road before summer traffic begins.  Entrance fees will also be waived at Yellowstone National Park for National Park Week.

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