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National Parks free to active military and families


The usual entry fees of up to $80 for all U.S. National Parks are now waived for active military and their families.

To get in free, it’s required to show Defense Department identification at any of the 2,000 National Park locations. For more information, go to www.nps.gov/index.htm

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Senior Travelers: Top Ten New Year’s Resolutions

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