Want free access to a US National Park? Thanks to Every Kid in a Park, fourth graders can visit some of North America’s most awesome natural spaces – totally free!
Kids in the fourth grade can head to the Every Kid in a Park website to complete a quick National Park themed activity, before printing out their unique pass which allows them, and up to three accompanying adults, to visit numerous parks, waters and lands for free! The pass is valid for a whole year, so you’ll have plenty of time to tick off quite a few from your bucket list.
The program, initiated by the White House, was inaugurated last year and looks set to continue for the next 12 years – allowing 4th graders to discover more of the country’s natural spaces and the history behind them.
Planning a trip to a US National Park?
- Check out the wildlife – from crocodiles and bears to numerous protected species, there’s always something to discover.
- Read our ten tips for camping in a US National Park before heading off for a sleepover under the stars
- Head to the National Park Service website to find out more!