The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is offering free admission to Indiana’s state parks, reservoirs, and forests this Sunday – as part of a remembrance of the terrorist attacks 10 years ago. DNR Director Robert Carter says ten years ago, people visited the parks – sometimes in record numbers – to find peace and solitude. On Sunday, the $5 in-state and $7 out-of-state gate fees to state parks, reservoirs, and forests will be waived. Carter says all other activity fees will remain in effect. The DNR system is made up of 24 state parks, eight reservoirs, and five state forest properties.
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