Free National Park Passes For Fourth-Graders

Jun 8, 2018

Free National Park Passes For Fourth-Graders

Are you the parent of a fourth grade age child or are a fourth-grader yourself? Guess what? You can get into any national park – that’s right, ANY national park – for free in 2018! All of the information about how to acquire this special fourth grade park pass and how to use it are below. All information regarding the rules and instructions as well as how it works has been taken from the official website created for this initiative, Visit the link now to fill out the necessary online information (that takes almost no time at all) to acquire your free fourth grade park pass!

The website also provides more information about how to plan your trip, how to go about reserving camping spots, a list of things you need to bring when going a trip to a national park, links and information on taking a train to a national park, and links for educators on how to officially organize a school field trip as a way to let groups of children use their free fourth grade park pass together.

Rules & Instructions

-The fourth grade park pass is for U.S. fourth-grade (or home-school equivalent) students.
-The fourth grade park pass is for the 2017 to 2018 school year. It expires August 31, 2018.
-Students can’t transfer the fourth grade park pass to anyone else.
-We can’t accept electronic versions of this paper for access or to exchange for a pass.
-No refunds are given for previously purchased passes, or if you forget your pass when you visit.
-If you lose your pass, get a new one by visiting the website and signing up again.
-Educators can get one paper pass for each of their fourth-grade students.
-This program only provides passes for fourth graders.

How It Works

-Show your fourth grade park pass to a ranger when you enter. If there is no ranger, leave it on the dashboard of your car.
-If you visit a site that charges entrance fees per person— The pass admits all children under 16 and up to three adults for free.
-If your group visits a site that charges vehicle entrance fees – The fourth grade park pass admits all children under 16 and all adults in up to one passenger vehicle. Commercial vehicles can’t use a pass to get in.
-If you arrive at a site on bicycle: the pass admits all children under 16 and up to three adults on bicycles.
-The fourth grade park pass doesn’t cover things like parking fees, camping, boats, and special tours. Also, some sites are managed by private operators. They may not honor the pass. Check with the site ahead of time to find out.
-The fourth grade park pass doesn’t cover fees for local, city, or state parks and recreation areas unless they say that they accept this pass.
-Paper passes can be exchanged for plastic passes at certain sites.

Additional Information

If you have never been to a national park before, including Zion National Park, this is the perfect opportunity for you and your family to visit. Did you know that from any given spot on the map, anywhere in the United States, you are no more than two hours away from a national park? In a national park, you can see protected animals, visit a forest, learn about all types of history, and much more. These incredible places provide some of the most rewarding and memorable experiences that a young person – or any person – can have. It’s certainly a guarantee that they will not forget their time visiting a national park. At Zion, there have been thousands of kids who have already used their passes this year. Come and join us! We look forward to seeing you!

Free National Park Passes For Fourth-Graders

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