National Public Lands Day

All Day Event
National Public Lands Day
Nevada State
Outdoor Events

Love Nevada as much as we do? With the most public lands in the Lower 48 and 60 million acres of awe-inspiring, diverse, and unexpectedly beautiful landscapes, there’s no better place to celebrate National Public Lands Day. On the fourth Saturday of every September, entrance fees are waived for a variety of state and federally managed public lands, including state and national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and more.

In Nevada, this land is literally your land. Whether you’re looking to get outdoors on a budget or partake in a day of stewardship, celebrate National Public Lands Day across 60 million acres of the Silver State.

Founded by the National Environmental Education Foundation, National Public Lands Day has become the largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands stewardship in the nation. This fee-free day promotes caring for the land we cherish and keeping it accessible for future generations. Here in the Silver State, entrance fees will be waived by the following partners:


Find stewardship events taking place throughout Nevada with the official National Public Lands Day map.

Nevada’s public lands aren’t the only ones that benefit from National Public Lands Day: Nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to mental and physical well-being. Volunteering is a great opportunity to spend time with family and friends and enjoy the many benefits that come from connecting with the great outdoors.

Not sure if your favorite slice of the Silver State is participating in National Public Lands Day? Reach out directly for the most up-to-date information. The National Environmental Education Foundation’s website is another excellent resource for discovering fee-free partners.

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