Saturday, September 24th is National Public Lands Day, and in recognition, Indiana’s state parks and state forest recreation areas will be waiving their park entrance fees for the day. For example, Falls of the Ohio State Park in Clarksville, Indiana will be offering free admission and parking for those visiting the fossil beds, though an entrance fee will still be needed for the interpretive center. National Public Lands Day is a reminder that public lands are places for outdoor recreation, conservation, and making memories with loved ones. This day has become is the nation’s single largest day for volunteer efforts for public lands, such as lake cleanups, trail work, and gardening. Visit this story at WREBfm.com for important links related to National Public Lands Day activities around Indiana. For property-specific information on volunteer opportunities, fall programs and special event weekends, see InterpretiveServices.IN.gov or call the property you plan to visit.