Free National Parks Pass for 4th Graders
During the 2015-2015 school year, every fourth grader in America will get a free pass to all of the national parks in the U.S., thanks to the “Every Kid In A Park Initiative” brought forth by President Obama.
The impetus behind giving away free national parks pass to kids is to get them, at a young age, to enjoy the outdoors. And what better way to fall in love with the outdoors than to visit some or all of the great national parks in the United States.
If fourth graders would like to use their free passes to visit some of the top national parks in the U.S., they could start with:
Yellowstone National Park
Yosemite National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park
The “Every Kid In A Park Pass” gives fourth graders access not only to US national parks, but also to national wildlife refuges, national forests, and much more!
And guess what…the fourth graders aren’t the only ones who will get free admission to the national parks – their families will, too.
On the subject of national parks passes and free admissions, it’s important to note that seniors can buy a lifetime pass for just $10, disabled citizens can get a lifetime national parks pass for free, and there are five or six free days for everyone each year!