Free National Parks Pass for Families of 4th Graders

September 2nd, 2015

Free Pass for Families of 4th Graders into National Park

Do you have a 4th grader this 2015/16 school year? If so, your family is eligible for a FREE pass to our nation’s outstanding National Parks!

 

My boy and an elk at Rocky Mountain National Park, #everykidinapark

My boy and an elk at Rocky Mountain National Park

The program is part of the “Every Kid in a Park” initiative, an administrative-wide effort among the National Park Service, Forest Service, Dept. of Education, Fish & Wildlife Service, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration and others, to get all children to visit and enjoy the outdoors and inspire a new generation of Americans to experience their country’s unrivaled public lands and waters.

As of September 1st, every fourth-grader in the nation will receive an “Every Kid in a Park” pass that’s good for free admission — for them and their families — to all of America’s federal lands and waters for a full year. Students just need to sign up online and they will then get a voucher that grants entrance to the student and a carload of passengers to federal recreation areas for one year.

 

Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, WY

 Yellowstone National Park, WY

 

If you have ever wanted to visit America’s natural wonders and historic sites, this is a good time to do it. 4th graders, click here to register for your free parks pass. There are also tips on the website to help your family plan a trip to a National Park. Which park are most excited to visit first?

 

Finn and I photobombing the Grand Tetons National Park

Finn and I photobombing the Grand Tetons National Park

See you in the wild,
Charlie
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