National Park Service units in Utah and across the nation will offer free entry Nov. 9-11 as a tribute to all military personnel for Veterans Day. More than 401 parks will be open and free to everyone.
"Every national park tells a part of the American story, and many of the parks have a direct connection to those who have served in the military through the years," National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis said in a prepared statement. "I invite everyone to come to a national park to commemorate Veterans Day, whether it is to learn more about those who have given so much to defend our freedoms or to simply enjoy the beauty and majesty of the land they fought to protect."
While entry fees are being waived during the weekend, other fees such as camping will still be required.