Celebrate Valentine’s Day In America’s National Parks For Free

February has arrived, and we all know what that means: it’s time to start making plans for Valentine’s Day! But let’s face it, chocolate and dinner are so overdone, so why not try something new this year?

America’s National Parks have come up with some unique ways of celebrating your love for your significant other this Valentine’s Day. And even better is that February 14 falls on a free park admission day this year, so you can visit those parks without having to pull out your wallet.

There’s probably nothing more romantic than sitting on a beach and listening to whale song, and that’s exactly what you can do at California’s Point Reyes National Seashore. This ranger-guided program teaches you all about gray whales and their migration habits.

Another romantic activity is stargazing, especially when it comes complete with stories about lovers immortalized in the constellations at Colorado’s Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument.

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