A bit of history for ya: In 1882, Yellowstone was signed into law as protected land. As some years went by, other monuments and natural/historic areas were recognized, but the management of these properties was assigned to multiple agencies from the War Department to the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture. In 1915, to help streamline operations, Teddy Roosevelt established the National Park Service; a federal organization whose mission was to protect and manage the 35 national parks and monuments acknowledged at the time. In celebration of this milestone and to kickoff their centennial year, NPS is offering free admission to more than 400 parks across the US on August 25 – including Muir Woods National Monument and Yosemite National Park (two of our favorites!). USPARKS99NPS99 Yosemite While NPS waives entrance fees that Tuesday, Incredible Adventures will honor that incentive the entire week. Plan your visit during the week of August 23-August 29 to Muir Woods or Yosemite with us for 10% off your tour. Whether you’d like to head from the Redwoods to Sonoma for some wine tastings, see Yosemite in a day, stay overnight in a hotel or spend three days camping with us, you’ll save with promo code NPS99! What to do with your savings?
  • Buy a souvenir
  • Tip your driver
  • Put some away for your next adventure.
  Whatever you do with your discount, be sure to thank a ranger and wish ‘em Happy Birthday!

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