Free Admission to National Parks January 14-16

The National Park Service is offering free admission to all 397 national parks across the country January 14-16 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. You can pay homage to Dr. King and his dream by visiting the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site. This monument to the Civil Rights movement is still a working school and has an interesting visitor center full of exhibits.

Other National Park locations in Arkansas are the Fort Smith National Historic Site, the Buffalo National River, Pea Ridge National Military Park, President Bill Clinton’s Birthplace Home, Arkansas Post National Memorial, and Hot Springs National Park.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to experience the National Park sites in Arkansas.

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One comment on “Free Admission to National Parks January 14-16
  1. Alda Ellis says:

    Hi Kerry,You are invited to read my son’s blog Life in the Rock, by Mason Ellis He is an architect here in Little Rock with a passion for making our city shine.

    Growing up on historic Stagecoach Road, Mason is an avid hiker, biker, kayak and canoe enthusiast with a love for our city and state. He is active on several committees and lives downtown with his new wife, Nicole.

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