Tuesday, April 13, 2010

California's National Parks Free Admission

California along with the res of the nation is celebrating National Parks Week April 17 - 25, 2010. The National Park Service is waiving entrance fees to all 392 parks. Visitors can enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in the country for free. There is no better time to head to one of California's National Parks. In addition to no entrance fee California's National Parks are offering special promotions:
Death Valley National Park: Furnace Creek Resort
Earth-friendly organic t-shirts 2/$20, regularly $14.99 each, in support of National Parks Week and park visitors. Offer will be available at the General Store at the Ranch at Furnace Creek in Death Valley National Park.
Sequoia National Park
Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts is offering a $5 coupons good for shopping, dining, recreational activities and tours. Coupons are valid only on the Fee Free Days.
Yosemite National Park
Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts is offering a $5 coupons good for shopping, dining, recreational activities and tours. Coupons are valid only on the Fee Free Days.
Joshua Tree National Park Area
The Doral Desert Princess Resort in Palm Springs will celebrate the blossoming of desert wildflowers at Joshua Tree National Park by offering one pass for two to Joshua Tree National Park, and a $20 resort food and beverage credit for each night’s stay at the resort.
Kings Canyon National Park
Kings Canyon Park Services will celebrate “Fee-Free National Park Week” from April 17-25. The Grant Grove Gift Shop is giving a free poster of Sequoia-Kings Canyon scenery and a 20% discount per family on any meal in the Grant Grove Restaurant.