"This land is your land, this land is my land." This Saturday, take a day trip for free to the Granite State's beautiful national park.

To celebrate National Public Lands Day, The National Parks Service will swing open gates of national parks, national historical parks, national monuments, national recreation areas, national battlefields, and national seashores for free.

Here in New Hampshire, Saint-Gaudens will offer their annual Sculptural Visions event. This will feature artists demonstrating different sculptural techniques, and sculpture activities for children and adults.

The National Historic Site is located in Cornish, and it is the only national park in NH.

According to Boston.com, the park normally charges a $10 entrance fee for visitors age 16 and older but will waive the fee for Saturday.

Saturday's weather won't match this past weekend's 85 degree anomaly.

According to Weather.com, New Hampshire is looking at morning showers, with more seasonable temps in the mid 60's. The event at Saint-Gaudens will happen rain or shine.