Last updated on April 26, 2015
National parks around the US are waiving park fees this weekend for President’s Day. From Saturday through to Monday, more than 400 of the country’s national parks are offering free admission.
Although not all federal parks charge fees, this weekend’s free park entrance includes popular parklands such as Yosemite, Death Valley and Kings Canyon-Sequoia and Joshua Tree.
Other places, such as Los Padres and Angeles national forests, are offering free admission on Monday only.
Some free sites to visit this long American weekend include Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Plains, Georgia, Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, Ill. And the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The official President’s Day is on Monday, February 16, 2015.