National Park Fee Free information

If you want to plan to visit a National Park and save a buck or two, check out the Free Entrance Days in the National Parks for 2011. Also check out the Park Pass page. That’s an old page but will give you an idea of the possibilities and limitations for annual or other fee reduction plans you can find if you visit an NPS office. NFS and BLM may be able to help here as well if they have an office convenient for you.

For some, the free days might also clue in the ‘bigger crowds than usual’ thought and that might mean a time to avoid. “Here’s a tip – many of your 394 national parks NEVER charge an entrance fee. So start Planning Your Visit!”

Also note that these national parks tend to have fees for all sorts of things. Visiting, camping, viewing,  … you know how it is when bureaucrats get to spend a lot of their time sitting around thinking of new ways to collect fees and taxes. You must pay fees and you must adhere to the regulations. Plan ahead so you know what you are getting into.

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