Plastic Bottle Ban Back on Table at Grand Canyon

A proposed ban on plastic bottles is back on the table for the Grand Canyon, according a new report in USA Today.

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Land of the Free! National Parks Service Announces 17 Free Days in 2012

We hope you like free! Who are we kidding, of course you do! That’s why were pumped to tell you that the National Parks Service has announced 17 fee-free days in 2012 for National Parks who normally charge entrance fees.

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Free Admission to US National Parks Saturday, September 24

Entry to National Parks across the United States will be free this Saturday, September 24 in honor of Public Lands Day. Along with free admission will come a chance for visitors to give a little back.

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A Little Bit Of Everything: Spotlight on Everglades National Park in Florida

Florida is greedy. The state boasts great cities, beaches and a whole world of theme parks carved out of imagination. To top it off, add in a national park with around 1.5 million acres of land. The state might make you reach down to its very end to see the Everglades National Park, but the effort is well worth it. Rather than just heading to the usual suspects in Florida, consider spending some time in these lands.

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Natural Beauties: U.S. Road Trip Destinations (Part 1)

Here are some of our top picks of “natural beauties” in the southwest for you to check out when you’re on the road this summer.

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