Plumas Unified School District would like all families with a fourth-grader to know about the Every Kid Outdoors program, which lets every fourth-grader and their families in the United States experience their public lands and waters through a FREE year-long pass.
The pass grants free access to over 2,000 federal recreation sites and the country’s natural treasures. These include national parks, monuments, forests, wildlife refuges, and grasslands.
All fourth-graders have access to their own Every Kid Outdoors pass, which provides free entry to national parks throughout the United States every year, beginning Sept. 1. The Every Kid Outdoors pass is valid for the student until Aug. 31, the following year.
This pass pays for:
- standard amenity fees
- entrance charges
- day-use charges
A few things to know:
- You will need to print your pass and bring it with you when you visit. Electronic copies aren’t accepted.
- Your pass has a unique code. That means you can’t copy it and give it to friends. Encourage your friends to get their own pass if they’re in the fourth grade.
- This program only provides passes for fourth graders.
Learn more and sign up for your free pass here: everykidoutdoors.gov/pass.htm