Sample KTP Social Media Language

National Park Trust knows your time is incredibly valuable and we want to make it as easy for you as possible to share Kids to Parks Day with your audience, so we have put together a collection of social posts that will help get you started.

Feel free to modify these examples to suit your needs and to meet the requirements of your different social media platforms. We highly recommend using images to maximize engagement. Click here to view and download sample promotional images.

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Prior to May 16th

  • Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 16th and join us for @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day! Insert your event info here.
  • We are celebrating @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day on Saturday, May 16th, are you? Join us for this national day of outdoor play! Insert your event info here.
  • Join us & @NationalParkTrust on Saturday, May 16th for #KidstoParks Day! Help us celebrate parks and connect kids and families to the outdoors. Insert your event info here.
  • How are you celebrating @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day? Grab your friends and family and come celebrate with us. Insert your event info here.
  • We are just XX days away from @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day happening Saturday, May 16th! Insert your event info here.

On May 16th, Kids to Parks Day 2020

  • We’re celebrating @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day, are you? Grab your friends and family and come celebrate this national day of outdoor play with us. Insert your event info here.
  • #KidstoParks Day is here! As the @NationalParkTrust mascot Buddy Bison says, “explore outdoors, the parks are yours!” Insert your event info here.
  • Where are you celebrating @NationalParkTrust #KidstoParks Day today? Come celebrate with us – Insert your event info here.
  • #KidstoParks Day is finally here! Today, thousands of kids and families across the United States are celebrating this national day of outdoor play. Join in the fun – Insert your event info here.