Taking your family to the park just got a whole lot cheaper; that is, if you have a 4th grader in your family!
This Fall, President Obama will launch the “Every Kid in a Park” initiative, allowing free 1-year National Park admission to all 4th graders across America, and their families.
As a lead-in to the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service, the effort is intended to encourage children and families to get out and explore our public waters and lands.
You can learn more about Every Kid in a Park here, as well as learn about three new National Monuments opening in Illinois, Colorado and Hawaii here.
And when you take that trip with your family to a national park, but you’re not quite ready for real camping, you might try “fake” camping first!
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