Every Kid In A Park – Free Admission To National Parks!
Hey families with 4th Graders! Did you know that you can enjoy national parks, lands and waters for a full year FOR FREE??!
Through the Every Kid In A Park Initiative, families with 4th Graders can go online and sign up for a pass, good to use at national parks throughout the country.
The best part? With the pass, 4th graders can also bring family and friends along (for free) on their adventures!
Just a heads up, you’ll need to print your pass and bring it along when you visit. Electronic copies are not accepted.
Where to visit?
Want to stay local? There are many great places to visit in Wisconsin!
– How about a wildlife refuge? There are 12 in Wisconsin!
– Explore Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
– Discover Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway
– Hike Ice Ace National Scenic Trail or North Country National Scenic Trail
Why 4th Graders?
We chose fourth graders because research shows that kids ages nine to 11 are beginning to learn about the world around them. They’re open to new ideas, and they are likely to connect to nature and our history.
We offer the pass to fourth graders every year. Over time, every kid can get a free pass to explore our country.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to explore the many scenic and historic places our country has to offer. Plan a day trip (or even a summer road trip) today!
Participation in the Every Kid In A Park program varies, so please confirm with the park before visiting. Questions about this program can be directed here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephanie & Shannon