Free National Parks Annual Pass for Families with 4th Graders | Valid Through August 2020
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If you have a child in the 4th grade (or homeschooling equivalent) for the 2019-20 school year, your family is eligible for a FREE National Parks Annual Pass – valid through August 31st, 2020!
This pass grants free access to national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and more for your 4th grader plus all children under 16 and up to three adults! And you can use it as many times as you’d like, meaning you’ll get an entire year’s worth of FREE visits. How awesome is that?
To score this pass, head here, click on the Let’s Go button, click on the Get Your Pass button, answer a few questions and you’ll be directed to a page to print your paper voucher. Keep in mind that the paper voucher can be exchanged for a more durable plastic version at certain sites.
Are you a 4th grade teacher?
Teachers and adults who lead youth-serving organizations serving 4th graders (think homeschooling co-ops, camps, church groups, etc.) can also print FREE passes for your entire class plus download fun activity guides.
Check out what readers think of these passes:
We used it last summer and went to Mt Ranier, Mt St Helen, a couple lighthouses on the Oregon coast, Lava Beds National Monument, Crater Lake, Smith Rock, and The Painted Hills in Oregon. It was great!
We used it a lot last year. Went to Zion national park multiple times, The North Rim and Bryce Canyon. Best vacay!
We used this last year with our 4th grader. We went to the Badlands, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, and Devils Tower Monument. The national parks are not free and require entrance fees, so the pass for the 4 th grader is an excellent opportunity.