3 U.S. National Park Perches To Picnic For International Picnic Day

International Picnic Day is celebrated each and every June 18th with predictably a meal in the great outdoors. Pack your basket and head to these three appealing picnic-ready National Parks.

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How To Start Saving For Your Spring Break

With the holidays behind us, we are looking forward to the next vacation. If you are dreaming of beach cabanas and frozen cocktails this January, you are probably ready for spring break. However your wallet might not be as mentally and physically prepared to take on a spring break trip. It is never too early to start figuring out how to afford your spring break this season. Here are ways to start saving for your trip so there is a bit of wiggle room in those swim trunks.

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Weighing the Pros and Cons of Purchasing America’s National Parks Annual Pass

Purple mountain majesties surround me as I explore Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. It is remarkable that in just a short drive from Denver, I can be in protected lands, surrounded by scenes of America The Beautiful verses. Sadly, these views do come at a price. I just coughed up a $20 vehicle entrance fee, all while toying with the idea of splurging on a National Parks Annual Pass.

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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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