Wyo Parks help get “Every Kid in a Park”

WYOMING — For the fourth year, Wyo Parks is partnering with state and federal partners to promote the “Every Kid in a Park” program.

The program provides every fourth grader nationwide access to a park pass that grants the student and their family free admission to more than 2,000 federally-managed lands including national parks, monuments, forests, wildlife refuges and more.

As a complement to the federal program, Wyo Parks will honor “Every Kid in a Park” passes at state parks through August 31. Passes are good for free entry/day use at any Wyoming state parks, historic sites, or recreation areas.

Visit EveryKidInaPark.gov to claim a pass for your students and family.


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