Monday, August 12, 2019

Fourth Graders Get Free Access to All National Parks, Lands, and Waters for Full Year

Leave only footsteps, take home brilliant photos and memories when visiting National Parks, Lands, and Waters. Every Kid in the Park program allows all fourth graders to gain free access to all National Parks, Lands, and Waters for a full year. This includes Canaveral National Seashore.

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The Every Kid in a Park annual pass is active from September to August, a full year, including the summer during the fourth grade school year and summer following. What a deal!

The pass is eligible to students enrolled in public, private school, homeschoolers, and free choice learners 10 years old. Must have a printed voucher from the Every Kid in a Park website. The 4th grade pass is accepted at The Forest Service, the National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation where admission fees are charged.

The pass is obtained once the printed voucher is brought to Canaveral National Seashore Visitors Center (321-267-1110) or Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center (321-862-0667).  Call ahead to confirm the office has the required permit in house to exchange for printed voucher. If you need another location for Federal Recreation Areas where interagency passes are issued visit USGS Pass Issuance List.

The Every Kid in a Park pass admits the pass owner and any passengers in a private non-commercial vehicle at a per vehicle fee area, or the pass owner and up to 3 adults at sites that charge per person. Passes are not transferrable and owner must be present to use.

Canaveral National Seashore is Florida's longest stretch of undeveloped beach. Check out our blog page (linked to Canaveral National Surf Fishing above) dedicated to up to date information on beach ramp construction, closures, parking, fish reports, and more.

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