Fourth-graders on the grounds of Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., hold passes on Aug. 24 that give them and their families free admission for one year to all national parks. The National Park Service has announced an initiative called “Every Kid in a Park,” which makes the annual $80 passes free for fourth-graders and their families.
Fourth-graders on the grounds of Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., hold passes on Aug. 24 that give them and their families free admission for one year to all national parks. The National Park Service has announced an initiative called “Every Kid in a Park,” which makes the annual $80 passes free for fourth-graders and their families. Tami A. Heilemann Associated Press
Fourth-graders on the grounds of Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., hold passes on Aug. 24 that give them and their families free admission for one year to all national parks. The National Park Service has announced an initiative called “Every Kid in a Park,” which makes the annual $80 passes free for fourth-graders and their families. Tami A. Heilemann Associated Press

Have a 4th-grader? Get a free national parks pass

September 02, 2015 04:10 PM