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Kick Off Your Spring Adventures with Free Entry to 400 National Parks!

Celebrate National Park Week and explore America's natural wonders.National Park Week, which runs from April 20 to April 28, celebrates America's diverse natural landscapes and outdoor wonders. To kick off the festivities on April 20th, all entrance fees will be waived at the 400 national parks across the country. Spring offers the ideal chance to explore these majestic parks, with their towering mountains, lush forests and picturesque coastlines. Whether you're seeking iconic favorites or hidden gems, here’s some of the top places to visit during this special week.

The Must-Visit Classics

Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Straddling the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, this iconic destination is America’s most visited national park—and for good reason! Each year, 13 million+ visitors flock to marvel at its mist-covered mountains, expansive forests and more than 800 miles of scenic trails. Springtime in the Smokies means blooming wildflowers, rushing waterfalls and the chance to see wildlife like black bears and elk with their newborns.

Yosemite National Park
In California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite offers unparalleled natural beauty, especially in spring when its waterfalls are in full flow. The weather is also mild this time of year, perfect for hiking and traversing the park's many trails. You'll also find towering granite cliffs, ancient sequoia trees and diverse ecosystems to enjoy. Be sure to check out El Capitan, the world's tallest monolith and a top destination for rock climbers.

Grand Canyon National Park
You may have seen pictures, but nothing can prepare you for the awe-inspiring grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Whether you're gazing from the rim, hiking into the canyon or rafting the Colorado River, this place will leave you speechless. You'll appreciate the mild spring temperatures (compared to the scorching heat of summer) and the breathtaking views of the vibrant canyon colors.

Hidden Gems

Great Basin National Park
Head to Nevada this spring to escape the crowds and you’ll uncover inviting alpine lakes, ancient bristlecone pine forests and stunning desert landscapes. The real star of the show: the Lehman Caves. Don't miss the chance to descend underground into this otherworldly cavern filled with stalactites and stalagmites.

Isle Royale National Park
This island park in Lake Superior is a peaceful paradise. Spring offers a quiet time to experience the remote spot's rugged wilderness in all its glory. Hike along secluded trails, dive into the crystal-clear waters for glimpses of shipwrecks below or hit up the serene shoreline—perfect for kayaking and wildlife spotting.

North Cascades National Park
Known as the "American Alps,” this Washington park boasts pristine wilderness as far as the eye can see. Springtime serves up striking views of snow-capped peaks against a backdrop of vibrant greenery. The park's waterfalls are also at their most impressive this time of year. Whether you're hiking, camping or just soaking in the views, North Cascades will leave you feeling like you're in a postcard.