Last Child in the Woods National Park Pass Sweepstakes

last-child-cover-2015-siteChances are you’re reading this on some sort of mobile digital device, right? Well, then, with mobile device in hand, take a few steps toward the door and GO OUTSIDE! You remember outside, right?

Ah, yes, nature.

In our increasingly connected e-world, we too often forget that we can plug into nature. Richard Louv reminds us. Ten years ago, his earth-moving book, Last Child in the Woods, launched an international Back to Nature movement. By warning us of nature-deficit disorder in our children, Rich has helped change the worldwide conversation. Indeed, President Obama just created the Every Kid in a Park initiative that will give all fourth-graders and their families free admission to US National Parks for a year.

Taking our cue from the president and Rich, we’re celebrating Earth Week with this Last Child in the Woods National Parks Pass Sweepstakes. Enter for a chance to win one National Parks pass for one year! One person wins the pass — and the new-look, 10th-anniversary version of Last Child in the Woods. It’s the perfect combo for enjoying the great outdoors with your family. Five lucky folks win a copy of Last Child in the Woods.

An Annual National Parks Pass covers entrance and standard amenity fees for a driver and all passengers in a personal vehicle at per vehicle fee areas (or up to four adults at sites that charge per person). Children age 15 or under are admitted free. For more information about the Annual National Park Pass, click here.

Click here for official sweepstakes rules. 

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3 comments on “Last Child in the Woods National Park Pass Sweepstakes

  1. Thanks for the great newsletter and the opportunity to enter this contest.

  2. What a wonderful gift. This would be great for my family!

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