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Photo of hikers on the Cerro Grande Trail at Bandelier National Monument. (Photo courtesy of National Park Service.)
From April 18 through 26, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation will host National Park Week. This year’s theme, “Find Your Park,” invites people everywhere to be a part of the Find Your Park movement and discover their own unique connections to parks and the programs managed by the National Park Service. Featuring free admission to all parks on April 18 and 19, and exciting activities and programs throughout the week, National Park Week is the perfect time to celebrate America’s 407 national parks and find your park.
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