Veterans state-park use free Nov. 11

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WYOMING — As part of the Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails “Parks for Patriots” programming, which honors military veterans, day use/entrance fees are waived on Nov. 11 for military veterans.

All veterans with proof of their status can enter any Wyoming state park and/or historic site free of charge. This applies to day-use fees only. All other fees, such as overnight camping, must still be paid.

Veterans eligible for the free entrance are defined as persons who served in active military, naval or air service and were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. This does not include active-duty military personnel.

Also, disabled veterans are reminded about the State Parks Lifetime Veteran’s Permits! These passes are good for free day-use and camping for life for any Wyoming resident veteran who has a 50 percent or more service-connected disability.

For more information, call 307-777-6323 or visit wyoparks.wyo.gov.

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