A National Parks Pass can be used to get into Yosemite National Park, any of the national parks in California and any of the Us National Parks. One pass...good for every park...what a deal. There are four different passes and one of them will be just right for you! Below I have listed the four different passes and their cost.
Each pass will allow a vehicle in the park that has up to four adults in the vehicle. Children 16 years and younger are allowed free in the parks.
The passes can be purchased at the entrance of each park as well as the annual can be purchased here below. Purchase your annual pass at the gate of any US National Park.
Without a pass, the fee is $20 to get into a park. Your receipt will allow you to enter and exit the park as many times as you want to for seven consecutive days. Just keep your receipt in your window. Get your park pass at any gate entering into a US National Park.
A few days a year the National Park has days where everyone can get into National Parks for free! Free days for the year 2013 are: January 21, April 22-26, August 25, September 28 and November 9-11.
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Annual Pass. The annual cost is $80. This pass is for the general public.
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Senior Pass. One time cost of $10. This is a lifetime pass for anyone who is a US citizen or permanent resident and age 62 or older. This pass can only be purchased in person at the gate.
American the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Access Pass. This pass is free! This is a lifetime pass for US citizens or permanent residents that have permanent disabilities. This pass can only be gotten in person at the gate.
American the Beautiful - National Parks Pass and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Volunteer Pass. This pass is free! This pass is for those who volunteer 500 hours in a park.
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