Free Annual Pass to National Parks for Families with 4th Graders | Unlimited Use Through August 2020
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Parents of 4th graders! Score a FREE National Parks Annual Pass if you have a child in the 4th grade (or homeschooling equivalent) for the 2019-20 school year!
This pass is valid through August 31st, 2020 and 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! How awesome is that?
Learn more about frequently asked questions about the Every Kid Outdoors program here.
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.
4th grade teachers, here’s a deal for you!
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.
We aren’t the only ones who love these free passes…
We love this program! Fourth graders are at a wonderful age to utilize the national parks and become lifelong lovers of the outdoors and the parks.
We used this pass this past summer and had SO MUCH FUN!! We only drove 15 hours to the Grand Canyon, but it took us 6 days to get there because we hit everything between us and it. It saved us so much money too. I can’t wait for my daughter to hit 4th grade in a couple of years..:)
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.