Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park by deluciaoutdoors.com
REDONDO BEACH, Calif.
- May 15, 2014
-- MAY 15, 2014 – REDONDO BEACH, CA -- May is National Military Appreciation Month and Saturday, May 17 is Armed Forces Day. What better way to honor our active duty service members than with a free military version of the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass? “Our national parks are America’s greatest asset and America’s heroes, our military who have sacrificed for our great country, should see America’s best for no charge, ever. That’s why we’re helping to get the word out,” said Lisa DeLucia of popular travel website www.deluciaoutdoors.com. “The military version of the America the Beautiful annual pass is a way to recognize the important role our military families play in keeping our Armed Forces strong and our country safe. It’s also a beautiful way to honor and thank our military. They deserve to visit the beautiful lands they fought hard to protect.”
Active duty service men and women -- Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and activated National Guard and Reserves-- and their dependents, can get the free military version of the America the Beautiful annual pass in person by showing a Common Access Card (CAC) or Military ID at the entrance gate to the park or online through the National Park Service at http://www.store.usgs.gov/pass/military.html
The annual pass grants entry into iconic sites such as: Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore, the USS Arizona Memorial, Arches National Park, the Grand Canyon, and the Statue of Liberty, to name a few. There are 401 national parks and monuments (at least one in each state). When you add in national wildlife refuges, national forests, military historic sites and battlefields, the number grows to more than 2,000 federal land sites that the annual pass grants entry to. The military version of the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass is available to active duty service members all year long. The military pass was introduced in 2012.
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