Where are National Park Passes accepted?
Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees (day use fees) at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
What national parks accept the Senior Pass?
You can use your Senior Pass to visit any national park including national recreation areas and national monuments, Army Corps of Engineer recreation sites, Fish and Wildlife areas, and National Forest Service campgrounds.
Can I buy a national park pass at REI?
REI is THE best place to buy your America the Beautiful National Parks Pass- online or in store, either way is fast, easy and no hidden fees! Plus the pass will pay itself with just a few exploring the beautiful visits!
Does my National Park Pass work for state parks?
No. The Annual Pass is valid at participating Federal recreation sites.
Is a National Park Pass worth it?
Should you buy an annual park pass? If you plan to visit multiple parks and/or federal lands within a year, you will most likely make your return on investment. If you only have time to visit one or two and don’t plan to spend more than $80 on entrance fees, it might not be worth it.
Do seniors get into national parks for free?
If you’re a U.S. citizen or permanent resident age 62 years or older who likes to travel, you’ll want to buy a Senior Pass. The Senior Pass allows free access and discounts at National Parks and other federal recreation sites.
Who gets in free to national parks?
Every year, beginning September 1, all kids in the fourth grade have access to their own Every Kid Outdoors pass at www.everykidoutdoors.gov. This pass provides free access to national parks across the country. The Every Kid Outdoors pass is good for the 4th grade school year, until August 31.
Can I use my husband’s National Park Pass?
Passes can have two owners, so you and a spouse, friend, relative, co-worker, etc., can share the pass and split the cost. You’ll need to show the pass with valid identification, so you’ll want to be sure you share it with someone you can easily share the pass back and forth with.
How much does it cost to get a national park pass?
The cost ranges from $22 to $190 for a 1-year annual pass, and depends on which parks you wish to include. For your safety, and to avoid disappointment, people planning a visit to national parks across NSW are urged to check for closures before heading out, as conditions can change quickly.