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Enjoy Free Admission At These National Parks During Your Next Timeshare Vacation

September 20, 2019
National Parks Timeshare Destinations

The national park service was created to conserve our country's scenery, wildlife and historic objects so that they would be left for the enjoyment of future generations. A visit to these parks brings a rare kind of national pride that every timeshare traveler should experience. The national parks offer several free admission days each year in order to make the parks as accessible as possible to anyone looking to enjoy them. This year, you can enjoy free admission to the parks on September 28th, and November 11th. So if you've been looking for a timeshare vacation that connects you to our American heritage, now is the perfect time to book your trip to one of these amazing timeshare destinations.


San Juan National Historic Site
Named as a World Heritage Site due to its "outstanding, universal cultural value", San Juan National Historic Site is one of only twelve national parks to achieve such a designation. Generations of soldiers lived and died in the area's forts as countries spent centuries fighting for control of this strategic island. La Fortaleza is the first fortification built in Old San Juan. Constructed in 1533, it is the oldest governor's mansion in the Western Hemisphere still in use today. For timeshare travelers looking to get a little exercise, take a stroll along the Paseo del Morro. Following masonry walls that date back to 1630, the trail takes you along the city wall from San Juan Gate to Castillo San Felipe.

Yellowstone National Park
Established in 1872, Yellowstone was the first national park in the world, and for good reason. Yellowstone is a hotbed of volcanic activity due to the Yellowstone Caldera, the largest supervolcano on the continent. If you find the prospect of being near a supervolcano unnerving, no need to worry, the volcano has not erupted in over 640,000 years. While an actual eruption is unlikely, the power of the volcano is still evident throughout the park via its powerful geysers. The most famous geyser is, of course, Old Faithful. End your timeshare vacation on a high note by seeing the Grand Prismatic Spring. Dull dirt gives way to a ring of vibrant oranges and yellows that coalesce into a blue pool so vivid that it defies belief.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
There is nothing more profound than standing at the rim of a volcano, hearing its mighty roar as the lava churns and boils below. And if you're looking for volcanoes, there is no better place to visit than the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This National Park is home to Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, the two most active volcanoes in the world. Take a hike on the Kīlauea Iki Trail and see the still steaming Kīlauea Iki Crater lava lake and peer into the vent that erupted to a height at 1900 feet in 1959. If hiking isn't your forte, you can drive the Chain of Craters Road, which snakes you through the park's craters and lookouts. For those history buff timeshare travelers, check out the Pu'u Loa Petroglyphs. A sacred and religious place for Hawaiians, this location has been a ritual cornerstone for over 500 years and contains more than 23,000 petroglyphs. For more timeshare vacation inspiration, click here!

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