only $50, the National Parks Pass offers unlimited
access to the country's 379 national parks for one
pass is a great value for many vacationeers who
will be visiting more than one national park this
year. Better still, more than 80% of the proceeds
from the sales of National Parks Passes go directly
into supporting priority projects in national
parks. The Pass is good only for entrance into
America's national parks, and does not cover other
expenses such as camping, parking, tours and
an additional $15, a Golden Eagle hologram may be
purchased and affixed to a National Parks Pass to
cover entrance fees at not only national parks, but
also at sites managed by the U. S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, the U. S. Forest Service, and the
Bureau of Land Management. The Golden Eagle
holograms are available at fee stations for all
these agencies. The Golden Eagle hologram is valid
until the expiration of the National Parks Pass to
which it is affixed.
Age Passports are available for a one-time fee of
$10, for American senior citizens age 62 and older.
In addition, a free lifetime Golden Access Passport
is available for American citizens who are blind or
permanently disabled. The Golden Access Passport
covers entrance fees and also provides a 50%
discount on federal use fees charged for facilities
and services such as camping, swimming, parking,
boat launching, and tours. The Passport is
nontransferable and does not cover or reduce
special recreation permit fees or fees charged by
concessioners. Both the Golden Age and the Golden
Access Passports must be obtained in person at a
federal area where an entrance fee is charged.
to buy the $50 National Park pass?
the Internet, go to www.nationalparks.org
call toll-free at 888-467-2757.
Pass may also be purchased at any National Park
where an entry fee is charged.
the pass may be obtained by sending a $53.95 check
or money order payable to the National Park Service
to this mailing address:
27540 Avenue Mentry,
Valencia, CA 91355.