Thursday, August 6, 2015

4th Graders Get in Free at National Parks!!


Starting this Fall, every 4th grader can get in free (their families INCLUDED) to national parks in our great nation. This is a new initiative by the National Parks Service and they are just offering this to 4th graders and their families right now. Learn more about the program in this link.

But the awesome thing is that MANY national parks already have free admission, so just check out the Park Locator and look at what the admission fees are, there just might not be any.

Look at the rates if you are getting this free pass (normally it's $80/family) to make sure it is covered. Special tours are not covered by this and parking fees may not be covered.

Or just pay attention to when the next National Park Week it (it is usually in April) when they also offer FREE admission to everyone.

6 comments:

Brandy M said...

AWWW my kiddo is in second grade. This looks like it would be cool. I will be telling people about this program, because going to enjoy these places should not be missed!

Esme Sy said...

This is a great opportunity for 4th graders. It will expand their knowledge and also give them a safe place to play in.

Melissa Russo said...

Wish my kids were young again. This is great.

Cheap Is The *New* Classy said...

This is so neat! I hope many fourth graders get to take advantage of this.

Stacey Werner said...

I love going to national parks. They are a great way to explore and see new things.

Scott said...

Drat, my kids are already past this age. Oh well, will be sure to mention it to our friends who have a fourth grade child!