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Find Your Vitality in National Parks

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NPS Photo / Kurt Moses

Spring Into Action with the National Park Foundation

UnitedHealthcare® and the National Park Foundation (NPF) have teamed up to provide experiences for UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage Members.

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    Special Passes

    Learn more about the different types of park entrance passes, including discounted passes.

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    Plan Your Park Trip

    Use NPF's tool to search for parks close to you, explore accessibility features in parks, and get tips for visiting parks safely.

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  • Visit a Park from Home

    Sometimes you can't visit a park in person. Discover virtual visits, online tours, and more.

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National Park Passes

A great first step in any park visit planning is ensuring you have a current entrance pass!

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National Park Passes

Learn more about the different types of passes, including discounted senior passes for US citizens or permanent residents ages 62 and over, access passes for those with a permanent disability, and more. For example, a senior lifetime pass is just $80!

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Plan Your Trip

With over 400 national park sites to explore, it can be difficult to know where to start. Check out these helpful tips, tools, and guides on how to plan you park visit.

Find a Park to Visit

Over 400 national park sites is a lot to keep track of! Use NPF's tool to search for parks by state or region to see which are close to you, and start planning your visit.

Find Parks
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    Enjoy a Fee-Free Day

    Each year, the National Park Service designates several special days when parks that normally charge an entrance fee offer free admission to everyone. So mark your calendar and get ready to explore a new park on one of these fee-free days!

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    Parks Are for Everyone

    The National Park Service is committed to ensuring people of all abilities can enjoy national parks. Check out their map of accessible features in parks and learn more about what they do to provide accessibility in parks across the country.

    See the Map
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    Simple Tips for Staying Safe

    Whether you’re visiting a historic urban neighborhood or seeking the expanses of breathtaking landscapes, make sure your next visit is a safe one by following these simple tips and leaving a positive impact on the environment.

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Parks at Home

Sometimes you can't visit a park in person. Thankfully there are many ways to explore parks from wherever you are. Discover virtual visits, online tours, and more.

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Make a Virtual Visit

Got a bit of downtime? Take a trip to a national park from wherever you are! Many national park sites across the country offer digital tours and experiences that you can access anytime, anywhere.

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About National Parks

National parks have the power to bring us together with friends, family, and our community. National parks provide so much to so many, and with over 400 national parks across the country, there are always new places to explore!

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    Health Benefits of Parks

    National parks are a valuable health resource for the American public. Learn more about how parks can help improve your health and wellness.

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    Healing Through Nature

    Access to nature isn't always straightforward for disabled veterans. That's why Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing applied for an NPF ParkVentures grant to expand veteran services in Shenandoah National Park.

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How You Can Help

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the National Park Foundation has accomplished a lot of good – however, there's still work to be done.

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    Volunteer in Parks

    Volunteer opportunities in national parks abound, and whether it’s a one-time service project or volunteer event or a long-term volunteer position, NPS is grateful for its VIPs – Volunteers in Parks.

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    Sign Up for NPF's Newsletter

    Connect with the parks you love. Sign up to receive the latest NPF news, information on how you can support our national treasures, and travel ideas for your next trip to the parks.

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