5th Graders (also) visit National Parks FREE through summer 2021

by Shelly Rivoli
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If you’re not aware of the pass that allows 4th grade students across the U.S. to visit hundreds of national parks, federal lands and wildlife refuges with their families for FREE, read all about the Every Kid in a Park pass here. But what about 4th graders who missed their shot at using their special pass because of the crazy year that was 2020? Good news!

Fifth graders can still cash in on free visits to national parks!

Current 5th graders can use a special voucher to get free access to national parks and federal lands through August 30, 2021. Just send your 5th grader to https://www.nps.gov/kids/fifthgrade.htm to claim the voucher and follow the instructions for redeeming it.

Know a family with a 5th grader that might like to take advantage of this free parks pass? Please forward this to them!

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