Visitors to Yellowstone and other national parks will be admitted free for one day this month – on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 28.
That's a savings of $25, which is the cost of a seven-day pass for vehicles to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.
The park service is waiving entrance fees to encourage people to visit the parks. The agency also plans to waive entrance fees on November 9-11 to mark the Veteran's Day holiday. Camping fees and other fees will, however, not be waived.
Now, if you go, you may want to bundle up. Park officials are reporting snow at the higher elevations, and summer officially ends on Sunday.