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Angeles National Forest offers free admission Saturday

September 23, 2011 |  8:12 am

In honor of National Public Lands Day, the Angeles National Forest will offer visitors free admission on Saturday.

The National Adventure Pass normally required for daytime activities such as fishing and hiking will be waived. Throughout the country, volunteers will take to public lands to clean up and make improvements, according to 626 Now.

The U.S. Forest Service, in conjunction with REI, will offer a family-oriented activity in Big Tujunga Canyon Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. Volunteers will help make trail and picnic area improvements at the Wildwood Picnic Area on Doske Road, off Big Tujunga Canyon Road. Registration is required.


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