Every Kid Outdoors
Hey fourth graders!
See America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free.
Your child can take you amazing places! With the pass, fourth graders can bring family and friends on adventures free for a full year.
Every Kid Outdoors was created so fourth graders and their families could discover our wildlife, resources, and history for free.
We are so lucky that Southern Nevada is within driving distance of so many of our nation’s most amazing public lands. Take advantage of Every Kid Outdoors and get outside this year with your family!
These agencies support Every Kid Outdoors. Learn more about their conservation work and find activities by visiting their websites.
Please contact a federal land or water site directly if you have questions about pass acceptance and fees.
Piedras Blancas Lighthouse, Bakersfield CA
Imperial Sand Dunes, Yuma, AZ
Basin and Range National Monument, Ely, Nevada
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Las Vegas, NV
Gold Butte National Monument, Nevada
Marrietta Wild Burro Range, Mineral County, Nevada
Rhyolite Historic Area, Tonopah, NV
Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, Henderson, NV
Lunar Crater, Tonophah, NV
Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, Price, UT
Find National Parks in Arizona
Grand Canyon National Park
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Saguaro National Park
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Wupatki National Monument
Find National Parks in Utah
Arches National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
Cedar Breaks National Monument
Natural Bridges National Monument
Timpanogos Cave National Monument
Zion National Park
- The pass is for U.S. fourth-grade (or home-school equivalent) students.
- The pass is for the 2022 to 2023 school year. It expires August 31, 2023.
- Students can’t transfer the pass to anyone else.
- We can’t accept electronic versions of this paper for access or to exchange for a pass.
- No refunds are given for previously purchased passes, or if you forget your pass when you visit.
- If you lose your pass, get a new one by visiting the website and signing up again.
- Educators can get one paper pass for each of their fourth-grade students.
- This program only provides passes for fourth graders.
How it works
- Show your pass to a ranger when you enter. If there is no ranger, leave it on the dashboard of your car.
- If you visit a site that charges entrance fees per person— The pass admits all children under 16 and up to three adults for free.
- If your group visits a site that charges vehicle entrance fees – The pass admits all children under 16 and all adults in up to one passenger vehicle. Commercial vehicles can’t use a pass to get in.
- If you arrive at a site on bicycle— The pass admits all children under 16 and up to three adults on bicycles.
- The pass doesn’t cover things like parking fees, camping, boats, and special tours. Also, some sites are managed by private operators. They may not honor the pass. Check with the site ahead of time to find out.
- The pass doesn’t cover fees for local, city, or state parks and recreation areas unless they say that they accept this pass.
- Paper passes can be exchanged for plastic passes at certain sites.