FREE Admission to National Parks – TODAY! (and anytime if you’re a 4th grader!)

Today, August 25th, is the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service! Celebrate their centennial birthday by visiting any national park for free today! Visit www.FunCheapOrFree.com for details!

Hey guys! Kerianne here! I had to check in and let you know, that today is the 100th birthday for the National Park Service! Today. in celebration of their centennial birthday, admission to all National Parks in the US is FREE! Hop to it! When your kiddos get home from school, find the national park closest to you, and have a fun family adventure for free! Nothing better than that!

If you can't make it today, why not look into the “Every Kid in a Park” program? It's put together by the National Parks Service, and allows certain students to visit for free, anytime of the year!

Keep reading to see my favorite parks, and learn how to get your student in for FREE! 

Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)

I LOVE visiting Yellowstone, doesn't everyone? The wildlife, hot springs, and geysers make it a family favorite. It never ceases to amaze me how beautiful the terrain is! 
Today, August 25th, is the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service! Celebrate their centennial birthday by visiting any national park for free today! Visit www.FunCheapOrFree.com for details!

 

Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)

Possibly my favorite of all the Utah National Parks — we have so many here! The rock formations are truly magical! If you've never been, you must plan a trip! (Maybe when your kiddo is in 4th grade? Hint, hint!)

Today, August 25th, is the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service! Celebrate their centennial birthday by visiting any national park for free today! Visit www.FunCheapOrFree.com for details!

Redwood National Park (California)

The only word I have to describe this park is breathtaking. I visited in high school, and have wanted to go back ever since. the size of these mammoth trees cannot be taken in on camera, it's something everyone must see in person! I just know my kiddo would LOVE it! I bet yours wToday, August 25th, is the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service! Celebrate their centennial birthday by visiting any national park for free today! Visit www.FunCheapOrFree.com for details!

 

 

Every Kid in a Park is a program by the National Parks Service that allows any 4th grader to visit any national park (in the US), for FREE! Get the details, www.FunCheapOrFree.com

Have you heard of the National Park Service's “Every Kid in a Park” program? This program allows 4th grade students to visit any national park, anytime for free. All you do is fill out an application to get your pass, plan your trip, and hit the road! What a fun (and inexpensive!) way to get your student to see the natural wonders we have around us!

Enjoy!

~Kerianne

Comments

  1. I was looking into filling out the application and it says it expires 2016 August 31? Was it only a one year program, or can we still apply for this coming year.

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