Thursday, June 05, 2008

Glacier Park Pass - a Green Father's Day Gift

Father's Day is almost here and I'll bet your dad does not need another neck tie, no matter how nice you think it looks. This year you can make Al Gore happy - and delight your father by giving him a "Green Father's Day" gift!

Here's a suggestion for an eco-friendly present he won't stuff in a drawer, or use as a dip stick rag. Give him a pass to Glacier National Park and/or all the National Parks for one full year. A year's pass to Glacier is great if Dad' a hiking-enthusiast or just enjoy's driving 'Going To The Sun Road', plus it supports the National Park Service.

These passes are valid for one full year from month of purchase. They provide entrance or access to pass holder and accompanying passengers in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle at Federally operated recreation sites across the country. It covers your Dad and three (3) accompanying adults age 16 and older at sites where per person entrance fees are charged. No entry fee for children 15 and under. Get Dad his "Green Father's Day" gift pass here!

1 comment:

debra beach said...

I live on the East Coast, and have been guilty of working and vacationing either on the East or West Coasts without seeing much of the rest of this country. I just read a book called Swan Peak by James Lee Burke whom I love and have read every book he has written.
The descriptions of the Bitterroot Valley and of Flathead Lake were so beautiful, that I am now planning a trip in 09. I have an odd feeling that I may never leave. Oh, and I promise not to be an annoying tourist!