America's national parks are home to some of the most beautiful mountains, rivers, forests, lakes, waterfalls and canyons in the world. Ranging from desert moonscapes to lush forests and steaming geothermal wonderlands, there really is no better place to stay and play!
Free national park entry days 2019
Usually, 118 of the 417 national parks in America charge entrance fees of up to $30. The other 299 national parks have free entry all year round.
Each year, all national parks that charge entry fees are free on certain days. There are five fee-free national park entry days in 2019, so make sure you mark these dates in your calendar!
Monday 21 January: Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday
Saturday 20 April: First day of National Park Week
Sunday 25 August: National Park Service birthday
Saturday 28 September: National Public Lands Day
Monday 11 November: Veterans Day
Choose from 400 national parks
With over 400 National Parks nationwide, there is always one close by. See below for a list of national parks that are only a short road trip away from one of the three JUCY branches. All of these parks usually have an entrance fee, so make the most of the free entry days.
- Joshua Tree, California
- Yosemite, California
- Pinnacles, California
- Sequoia and Kings Canyon, California
- Death Valley, California
- Zion, Utah
- Grand Canyon, Arizona
- Bryce Canyon, Utah
- Canyonlands, Utah
- Arches, Utah
- Capitol Reef, Utah
- Petrified Forest, Arizona
- Lassen Volcanic National Park, California
- Mesa Verde. Colorado
Take a national park road trip in a JUCY mini RV
JUCY mini RVs are perfect for road trips to national parks. They're compact but have everything you'll need for a camping trip, so you can go deeper into nature. With a fully equipped kitchen and comfy double beds (one in the Wavefarer and two in the Trailblazer) you'll have plenty of storage space, as well as the tools you need to be well-fed and comfortable. This is an excellent option if you're not a fan of camping in a tent, or want to experience the RV lifestyle but don't like the idea of getting behind the wheel of a massive RV.