The National Park Service proves that some things in life actually are free

One of the many snowmobile trails in Voyageur National Park in northern Minnesota // Photo via Voyagaire Lodge

One of the many snowmobile trails in Voyageur National Park in northern Minnesota // Photo via Voyagaire Lodge

The National Park Service is celebrating their 100th anniversary this year by offering free admission to each of the 409 parks on 16 days in 2016. The first day is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, on Monday, January 18.

There is one national park in Minnesota—Voyageurs—and a handful of nationally designated areas, including Grand Portage National Monument, the park along the Mississippi River in the Twin Cities, Pipestone National Monument, and Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway.

The forecast for Monday calls for sun and above-zero temps, so get out and enjoy those blue skies and sparkling snow.

[H/T National Park Service]


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