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National parks are free Monday for Presidents Day

By DANIKA WORTHINGTON
dworthington@denverpost.com
The Denver Post
Walking across sprague lake.jpg "Barb Boyer Buck and Michelle Taylor making new tracks as they snowshoe across Sprague Lake late in the afternoon in the Rocky Mountain National Park January 23, 2015 Estes Park, CO
Joe Amon, Denver Post file

National parks across the nation, including the six in Colorado, will be free Monday in celebration of Presidents Day.

Future free days to look forward to are April 15-16 and 22-23 for National Park Week, Aug. 25 for National Park Service’s birthday, Sept. 30 for National Public Lands Day and Nov. 11-12 for Veterans Day weekend.

Trying to find a hiking game? I suggest a presidents’ edition of 20 questions (If you really want to stump them, hit them with Millard Fillmore or any of the other forgotten presidents).

The full list of Colorado’s national parks are:


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