Few fee free days remain at Coronado National Forest - Tucson News Now

Few fee free days remain at Coronado National Forest

(Source: http://www.fs.usda.gov/coronado) (Source: http://www.fs.usda.gov/coronado)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Coronado National Forest is offering a few more opportunities for fee-waivervisits this year.

The "Fee Free" offer comes four times every year as part of the CoronadoNational Forest's mission to encourage people to get outdoors and enjoy publiclands, according to a news release.

The remaining waive days include National Get Outdoors Day on June 8,National Public Lands Day on September 28 and Veteran's Day weekend fromNovember 9 through 11.

"National Get Outdoors Day is an excellent occasion forfamilies and friends to enjoy all that the great outdoors has to offer," CoronadoNational Forest Recreation Staff Officer Connie Lane said.  "There are somany things to do, to see, to learn in our forests, deserts andgrasslands.  The opportunities are endless."

All standard amenity day-use fees operated by the Forest Service will be waivedon the listed dates.

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