National parks in the United States proved to be wildly popular in 2021. They set various attendance records with a pandemic-fatigued public looking for safe things to do, according to KSL.
And now the U.S. National Park Service has an offer in 2022 for an inflation-shocked public as well: Five days when the entrance fees are waived at every park in the country.
The first one is coming up on Monday, Jan. 17, which is Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The winter storm system that has swept parts of the United States has closed some places, including parts of the Natchez Trace Parkway in Tennessee.
You can check this link for other possible closures anytime before you head out for a trip.