This Saturday, September 29th, is an entrance fee free day in Rocky Mountain National Park in celebration of Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day is the largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands. This year, more than 170,000 volunteers are expected to volunteer at more than 2,100 locations from coast-to-coast.
According to publiclandsday.org, “volunteers in every state will visit parks, public and community gardens, beaches, wildlife preserves or forests and chip in to help these treasured places that belong to all Americans. They will improve and restore the lands and facilities the public uses for recreation, education, exercise and connecting with nature.”
What a wonderful cause! We are so lucky to have this wonderful Rocky Mountain Sanctuary right here in our backyard and we encourage you to come visit Rocky Mountain National Park during the peak of the Elk Rut and the Aspen leaves changing this Saturday.
Fees for activities such as camping, reservations, tours, or concessions are not affected by the entrance fee waiver on Fee Free Days.