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KIDS TO PARKS™ DAY

A NATIONal Celebration of Our Parks


 

Kids to Parks™ (KTP) Day is a national day of outdoor play organized by National Park Trust in cooperation with a host of local and national collaborators. Next year’s KTP Day will be held on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Watch our short video from 2016 here.

NPT is encouraging children across the country to explore their neighborhood parks and discover science, history, nature, and adventure right around the corner or just across town. Our website can help jumpstart your adventure.

Park Events & Registration

Park Events & Registration

If you are a park or city, register your park event here. If you are a family or teacher, find park events near you.

Media Kit

Media Kit

Check out our Media Kit to help you promote your KTP Day event.

History

History

Is this your first Kids to Parks Day? Take a look at the fun we had last year here.

Our National School Contest

Our National School Contest

Do you attend a Title I school? Are your students pre-K through 12th graders? Then learn about how you can win a grant for your Kids to Parks Day event. Click Here to see our 2016 video.

Stay Engaged

News

Our Kids to Parks Day School Contest is Live!

Our Kids to Parks Day School Contest is Live!

NPT's Kids to Parks Day National School Contest is back! Check out kidstoparks.org for rules and instructions for how to apply for a grant (up to $1,000) for your classroom. The contest is open to all pre-K through 12th graders at Title I schools. The contest ends February 14th!

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2016-17 Catalogue for Philanthropy

2016-17 Catalogue for Philanthropy

Look who made the 2016-17 Catalogue for Philanthropy! Yep, that's us being recognized for getting all 3,200 fourth-grade students in DCPS to a National Park during the 2016-17 school year. Visit our profile on Catalogue for Philanthropy and check out our wishlist for ways you can support our work preserving parks and getting more students out to explore them.

Photo courtesy of Julia Schweitzer, Wilderness Inquiry.

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Home, Home in the Woods

Home, Home in the Woods

What a way to kick off the second year of President Obama’s Every Kid in a Park initiative! If you are a fourth grader, read more and learn how to get your free park pass here.

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