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Washington DC Warning For January 6, 2021
“There is a very high probability of clashes between members of the Proud Boys and left-wing antifa activists. In anticipation of violence associated with the rallies, the mayor of Washington, D.C., has urged the general public to avoid the downtown area on 5-6 January. More than 200 unarmed National Guard personnel will be stationed in the city in order to assist the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) on 6 January.” Source: UHC Global
You Can Visit U.S. National Parks for Free on These 6 Days in 2021
Planning on visiting any of the U.S. National Parks this year? Or simply looking for a good, cheap adventure? Then take note of the six days in 2021 on which all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone.
As you probably know many of the 400+ National Parks and National Park Service sites already don’t charge a fee, so they’re pretty much all of them will be free to visit. Here are all six of the days you can visit National Parks for free in 2021, plus more information, straight from the National Park Service:
- January 18: Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- April 17: First day of National Park Week
- August 4: One year anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act
- August 25 National Park Service Birthday
- September 25: National Public Lands Day
- November 11: Veterans Day
Mark the above on your calendars, and see more info here.
More on the U.S. National Parks
- How to Keep Up with National Park Events and Celebrations
- Travel Book of the Week: “National Geographic Atlas of the National Parks” by Jon Waterman
- Travel Book of the Week: “National Geographic Guide to National Parks of the United States, 8th Edition”
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