Travel Spotting: Free Admission to All National Parks January 14-16

Written by Tanner

Take a trip to Bryce (Gruber) National Park – it’s dry, but beautiful…

Extra, extra, read all about it: free admission to ALL National Parks from January 14th through January 16th, 2012! Across the country (literally), from the stunning cliffs and majestic waterfalls of Yosemite to the plunging valleys of Bryce (Gruber?!) Canyon, admission into nature is free – ironic, I know! So rally up the kiddies, and go visit any one of the 397 parks in this great country of ours to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day! After all, it’s perfect timing to help you keep up with your New Year’s resolution, whether it’s to get more exercise, spend more time with family and friends, learn history, or try a new sport – expand your horizons by venturing into the horizon of a National Park over the long weekend!
Visit to find the coolest and closest parks in your neck of the woods!

Arches National Park, Utah

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

Bryce (Gruber) Canyon National Park, Utah

Denali National Park, Alaska

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Tanner is a cool cat from Alaska who left the arctic in search of the hot fashion scene in NYC. He stays hydrated in the heat drinking coconut flavored anything and warm in the cold by cocooning himself in layers of his hand knit scarves. His current obsession? Mixing his drink with equal parts of Diet Sierra Mist and the Dolly Parton station on Pandora

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