(KGTV) - As the National Park Service continues celebrating 101 years, San Diego residents will have another opportunity to visit national parks free of charge.
Saturday, Sept. 30, marks National Public Lands Day and free entrance to Cabrillo National Monument here in San Diego.
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Cabrillo National Monument may be one of San Diego's most scenic parks, also offering a look into California history where the first European settler, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, stepped foot on the country's West Coast. Visitors can also enjoy access to the low-tide pools and Old Point Loma Lighthouse.
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If you happen to be elsewhere in the state, you may be in luck. Here's a complete list of California's other national parks offering free admission on Saturday.
California National Parks:
- Cabrillo National Monument
- Death Valley National Park
- Joshua Tree National Park
- Lassen Volcanic National Park
- Lava Beds National Monument
- Muir Woods National Monument
- Pinnacles National Park
- San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
- Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
- Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
- Yosemite National Park
There's one more opportunity for locals to take advantage of free admission at national parks this year on Nov. 11 -12 in celebration of Veteran's Day.
Outside of these special free entrance days, free passes are offered to active duty military personnel and citizens with a permanent disability. A special free admission pass is also offered for fourth-grade students through the Every Kid in a Park program. For more information, visit the National Parks Service website.