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Colonial National Historical Park Hosts Free-Fee Day for National Park Week

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As part of the National Park Week, Colonial National Historical Park, along with several locations around the Historic Triangle, has announced that it will host a fee-free day.

In partnership with the National Park Foundation, the National Park Service will host a fee-free day in more than 400  national parks on April 16, the official start of National Park Week.

The theme for this year’s National Park Week is “sPark Connections.” Each day will have a different theme with an accompanying social media tag.

April 16 is sPark Discovery, where guests are encouraged to find something new or visit an area they haven’t visited before. April 17 is sPark Creativity, where guests use their artistic expression and creativity about the park that inspires them.

On April 18, the park will hold sPark Collaboration, where they will celebrate its partnerships that have aided in expanding outreach. While on April 19, they will celebrate sPark Innovations, where they can learn how national parks use technology in conservation and preservation efforts.

April 20 will be sPark Opportunities or Workforce Wednesday, where guests can learn about the work done by the National Park Service and partner organizations. On April 21, they will hold sPark Preservation, where they can learn how they can help in preserving historic, cultural, natural, and recreational resources.

sPark Action will take place on April 22, Earth Day, where they are asked to find ways to contribute to the preservation of the environment. April 23 is sPark Curiosity, where the service teaches guests how to preserve and protect unique places, landscapes, and the stories intertwined with them.

On the last day, April 24, the National Park Service will celebrate sPark Memories, asking guests to create memories and traditions with the park.

Colonial National Historical Park includes Historic Jamestowne, the Yorktown Battlefield, and Colonial Parkway. All included locations tell the many complex stories of English Colonial American history from the landing at Jamestown on May 13, 1607, through the British surrender at Yorktown on October 19, 1781.

To learn more or to find a national park near you, visit the website for National Park Week.

This article originally appeared on WyDaily.

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