National Park Week is a week-long celebration in honor of our nation’s national parks, and it begins on Saturday, April 20 2024! Rocky Mountain National Park is kicking off the week with fun activities for all ages. Here’s the scoop:

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Saturday, April 20th

  • The week begins with a fee free day — on Saturday, April 20th all park entrance fees will be waived!
  • On the east side of the park, you can join the National Park Service and Rocky Mountain Conservancy staff at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. From 10AM – 2PM, there are informational booths and fun activities for all ages – earn your Junior Ranger badge, learn about local plants and wildlife, and more.
  • On the west side of the park, join NPS and the Grand County Library District staff at Kawuneeche Visitor Center from 10AM – 2PM for informational booths and interactive activities for all ages.

Sunday, April 21st

  • RMNP at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center at 2 p.m. for the presentation “Dr. Steller’s Jay: A Living History Presentation Done in the Person of G.W. Steller,” with Pete Devine, former Yosemite Conservancy Education Director (retired). This special talk is the final presentation in Rocky Mountain National Park and Rocky Mountain Conservancy’s 2024 Winter Speaker Series.

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