Every Kid In A ParkEvery Kid in a Park was created so fourth graders and their families could discover our wildlife, resources, and history for FREE. This park pass works with all public land agencies that have entrance fees. How does it work? Like this:
Visit the Every Kid in a Park website, go to the Get Your Pass section, and complete the Adventure Diary. After you finish the Adventure Diary, print out the paper voucher, take it to any park that charges an entrance fee, and exchange it for the Every Kid in a Park Pass. With your new pass in hand, take the time to sit down with your family and plan amazing adventures to see America's natural wonders and to learn about the history of our great country FOR FREE!
Monocacy National Battlefield does not have an entrance fee so we do not have the passes, however, there are some parks nearby such as Catoctin Mountain Park, Antietam National Battlefield, and Harpers Ferry National Historic Park where you can get your Every Kid in a Park Pass.
WebRangerNow you can be a Junior Ranger even if you are not able to visit a National Park. To start your adventure, visit WebRangers, set up your ranger station, and start exploring your National Parks! With over 50 activities there is something for everyone. Help a baby sea turtle reach the sea... Be a spy...Drive a dog sled and become a WebRanger. You can earn a WebRanger patch, FREE!
Kids in Parks Track TrailThe National Park Service has teamed up with Kids in Parks to bring you "Family-friendly outdoor adventures called TRACK Trails." TRACK Trails features self-guided brochures that turn your visit into a fun and exciting outdoors experience. Choose one or all four guides and hit the trail - best of all, you can earn PRIZES for tracking your adventures! Pick up your TRACK Trail guide at the Visitor Center today.
Last updated: November 8, 2018