National Parks Pass ~ Pass For National Parks
The National Parks annual pass is one of the best deals around…for just $80 per year, you get access not only to the US National Parks, but also to more than 2,000 recreation sites managed by the federal government, including national forests, national grasslands, and national wildlife refuges.
US National Parks Daily Pass
The fee for a daily pass varies at the different National Parks across America, but typically costs less than $20 and is good for 7 days. The National Parks daily pass fee typically includes all of the passengers in a vehicle or is set at a per person rate, depending on the park. You can purchase the daily National parks pass at the site you’re visiting.
US National Parks Annual Pass
For just $80 per year, anyone can buy a US National Parks Annual Pass, which gets you into all of the National Parks across the country, as well as forests and wildlife refuges. You can purchase a US National Parks Annual Pass at any national park you’re visiting.
If you’re age 62 or older, you qualify for the US National Parks Senior Pass, which is the best bargain around. Pay a one-time fee of $10, and you’re set for life. Once you have your US National Parks Senior Pass, you can visit any national park for free! You can obtain a US National Parks Senior pass at the entrance to any National Park.
US National Parks Access Pass (Handicapped / Disability)
If you have a permanent disability, you qualify for a free US National Parks Access pass. You can obtain your pass in person at any US National Park, but you need to provide documentation of a permanent disability.
Each year, the US National Parks designates free days, when entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees are waived. Typically, these days fall in January, April, June, September, and November. Here are the National Parks free days for 2012:
January 14-16, 2012
April 21-29, 2012
June 9, 2012
September 29, 2012
November 10-12, 2012