2016 marks the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service and our national parks are a great summer family vacation. Fourth graders across the country can get a free park to access the entire park system for a year, part of the Kid in a Park program. Many national parks are offering special programs for kids of all ages.
As the weather warms up, many tourists will be driving north on the Maine Turnpike and Route 1 to visit of great state of Maine. Many of those tourists will be visiting Acadia National Park, in fact Acadia was named as one of America's 20 Most Popular National Parks.
With the first snowfall of the year blanketing Central Maine, many are looking foward to winter activities like skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. Here's another winter activity for us hearty Mainers, winter camping!
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