- 1 How long does it take to get a National Park pass in the mail?
- 2 How do I return my national park pass?
- 3 Where can I use my USGS annual pass?
- 4 What is a federal recreation pass holder?
- 5 How do I get a free national park pass?
- 6 Do senior citizens get into state parks for free?
- 7 What happens if I lost my national park pass?
- 8 How do I get a lifetime pass to national parks?
- 9 Can you share your National Park Pass?
- 10 Does America the Beautiful pass cover Yellowstone?
- 11 Is a National Park Pass worth it?
- 12 Where can I use my national parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass?
- 13 What does the senior national park pass include?
- 14 Do federal employees get into national parks for free?
How long does it take to get a National Park pass in the mail?
Standard delivery times: U.S. orders: 2-5 business days. Orders to Canada: 5-9 business days. Other international orders: 10-15 business days.
How do I return my national park pass?
Visitors are responsible for bringing their passes with them, so if they forget, they must pay the entrance or standard amenity fee. They will not be issued a refund for the entrance or standard amenity fee if they mail in the receipt and a copy of their pass when they get back home.
Where can I use my USGS annual pass?
The Annual Pass is valid at participating Federal recreation sites. Visit http://www.recreation.gov for more information about Federal recreation sites.
What is a federal recreation pass holder?
The America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass is your ticket to recreation opportunities on more than 2,000 national parks and other public lands locations. Senior Pass: The Senior Pass covers lifetime admittance to public lands for anyone 62 years or older.
How do I get a free national park pass?
Service members (including activated members of the National Guard and Reserves) and their dependents can obtain the National Park’s annual Pass for free. The pass must be obtained in person at a Federal recreation site by showing a Common Access Card (CAC) or Military ID (Form 1173).
Do senior citizens get into state parks for free?
Age 62 or older. Provides free entrance to all state park, forest, recreation area and historic site facilities that charge daily walk-in or parking fees, as well as a $2 per night discount on campsite fees (excluding group campsites). The senior citizen pass is valid for your lifetime.
What happens if I lost my national park pass?
Unfortunately, due to privacy and logistical considerations, passes cannot be replaced if lost or stolen; a new pass must be purchased. There is no digital version of the pass available, it’s a physical card that you must present when entering the National Parks.
How do I get a lifetime pass to national parks?
Online: Buy lifetime pass or the annual pass from the USGS Store. Mail: Purchase a Senior Pass using an application form (660KB PDF) that may be exchanged by mail. NOTE: There is an additional cost of $10 for passes purchased online or by mail.
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.
Does America the Beautiful pass cover Yellowstone?
The America the Beautiful pass is valid at ALL national parks, monuments, national seashores, and other public managed lands. Yellowstone is a national park.
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.
Where can I use my national parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass?
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 does the senior national park pass include?
The Senior Pass covers all entrance fees and standard amenity (day-use) fees and may provide discounts for things such as tours or campsites. The pass also waives the entrance fee for individuals traveling with the pass holder.
Do federal employees get into national parks for free?
Recreation Passes Current U.S. military members and the dependents of deployed military personnel can get a free annual pass to national parks and many other federal recreation sites. Ask for one at the entrance to any site if you can show them your military ID (CAC Card or DoD Form 1173).