Summer Travel Series: State and National Park Military Discounts


A Photo on one of my Visits to Wormsloe Park in Savannah GA...Road look familiar? It's the road where Jenny said " run Forrest Run"!

Summer is in full swing and O-M-G it’s been hot!

I am not big on the outdoors (especially when the heat is in the triple digits) but occasionally my husband the kids and I do like to take a trip to a local park to feed the ducks, walk around and act like we are enjoying nature.

Many state and national parks charge a fee to get in and lucky for you a majority of these parks have waived the fee for military and their families. Alot have also waived the fees for veterans, disabled veterans and reserve.

Are You Ready To Plan Your Day Out With The Family?

Click Here For A List Of State & National Parks that Offer Military Discounts



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  1. Rachael

    We went to Grand Targhee National Forest and Yellowstone National Park for R&R (ambitious trip since we are stationed in Fort Polk, La and I drove 3 days alone with 4 kids and he flew in from Afghanistan directly to where we were vacationing) it was amazing! We lucked out and went on the 1st day of summer so we were only charged for 1 day entry into the park and got a weeks worth! It’s a trip we will make over and over! It was AMAZING. The bison, elk, deer and other wild life and water falls and scenery are beyond anything you can see anywhere else in this nation. No more travel plans for this summer..we’ve gone nonstop for 2 months straight. I need a week of down time since school starts next

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