Explorers will be able to check out Prince William Forest Park for free.
The park is offering an entrance fee-free day on August 25, as part of the National Park Service’s (NPS) anniversary. It’s located at 18170 Park Entrance Road in Triangle.
Reservations or registrations aren’t needed.
The NPS was established in 1916 when President Woodrow Wilson signed an act, according to the NPS website.
It was put in charge of 35 parks and monuments nationwide. More than 380 historic sites, parks, monuments and spaces have been created since then.