Every Kid in a Park
For the second year, Wyo Parks is partnering with state and federal partners in celebration of the National Park
Service 100th year anniversary. As part of this effort, Wyo Parks will sponsor and promote “Every Kid in a
Park”, an initiative set forth by the White House.
The “Every Kid in a Park” program provides every 4th grader nationwide the opportunity to obtain a 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. 4th graders, as well as parents and educators,
can get passes by visiting the program’s website at: www.everykidinapark.gov
As a complement to the federal program, Wyo Parks will honor the “Every Kid in a Park” passes through
August 31, 2017. Passes are good for free entrance/day use at any Wyoming state parks, historic sites, or
➤How to use the ‘Every Kid in a Park’ pass at Wyo Parks locations
When visiting a park or site, simply show the pass to staff at a fee booth or visitor center. At unmanned sites, please display the pass in the driver’s side of vehicle dashboard.
Any U.S. 4th-grade (or home-school equivalent) student may use their “Every Kid in a Park” pass for free admission to all Wyoming state parks, historic sites, and recreation areas.
Passes accepted only when the 4th-grade pass holder is present.
Passes are good for free entrance/daily use fees, but do not cover additional fees such as camping, amenities, rentals, etc. Passes cannot be applied toward campsite reservations.
Historic Sites: free entrance for all children and up to three adults for free.
State Parks and Recreation Areas: free entrance/daily use for one vehicle.
For visitors to any parks or sites travelling on foot, horseback or bicycle, the pass admits all children and up to three adults.
Electronic versions of the pass will not be accepted; only printed passes will be accepted.
All passes expire after August 31, 2017.
➤2017 “Every Kid in a Park” Program Guidelines