Celebrate National Parks Centennial in NH State Parks

In celebration of the National Park Service’s Centennial anniversary, New Hampshire State Parks will offer free admission into day-use parks on August 25, 2016.

On August 25, visitors to New Hampshire State Park day-use parks just need to say “Happy Birthday” to the park staff and the entire vehicle will receive free admission.

Here is a list of participating State Parks and Historic Sites:
*Excludes parking meters along all state park beaches, camping, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and Flume Gorge.

New Hampshire has 92 state parks and one National Park, Saint-Gaudens National Historic site in Cornish. In addition, the National Park Service has a strong presence in the state through many programs, most notably the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) program that provides funding for outdoor recreation projects. Over 180 New Hampshire towns, cities and communities have benefited from LWCF funding which has totaled more than $74,000,000.

For more information on the National Park Service Centennial and Saint-Gaudens National Historic site, visit www.nps.gov.