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4th graders can get a free national parks pass through Every Kid Outdoors Program

Posted: 4:30 AM, Sep 16, 2019
Updated: 2019-09-16 07:14:22-04
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DENVER — Fourth graders are once again being offered free passes for our national parks.

The Every Kid in a Park program started in 2015. It's now called Every Kid Outdoors.

Fourth graders and their parents can go online, print out a paper pass and when they visit a national park, they get a pass valid until August.

Each online pass has a unique code, so you can't copy it and give it to friends, but any student is welcome to go online and get their own pass.

The pass covers entry fees, but not parking fees, camping, boat trips or special tours.

Colorado is home to four National Parks — Rocky Mountain National Park, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve and Mesa Verde National Park.

Learn more about the Every Kid Outdoors program and get a pass here.

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