The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks is partnering with the South Dakota Department of Health to put on the Go Fourth program. Go Fourth aims to get fourth graders and their families outside and active this summer with the overall aim of improving the health of South Dakota youth and families. Students from public, private and tribal schools are eligible and will receive their passes through school. Parents of homeschool fourth grade students can request a pass through the state park administrative office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the student cannot make it to a state park, the pass can be used for a free, one-year subscription to South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks' Conservation Digest magazine.
At the end of the park visit, the family can turn their daily entrance license in for a $6 discount on an annual park entrance license ($30).