National Park Entrance Fees

America the Beautiful - Annual Pass

America the Beautiful - Annual Pass
 
National Park entrance permits and passes cover entrance fees to the national park only and do not cover campground fees. You can purchase an entrance permit, valid for seven days, or several different passes, which are valid for one year or more. Permits and passes can be obtained at the park entrance stations, at ranger stations and visitor centers in the park, and at businesses outside the park.
 
Other Fees
 
Some Grand Canyon destinations outside the national park and monument charge fees which are not covered by National Park passes. These destinations include Supai on the Havasupai Indian Reservation and Grand Canyon West on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. See Supai and Grand Canyon West for more information.
 
Entry Permits and Passes:
 

  • Vehicle Permit: $30, admits one private vehicle and all its passengers
  • Individual Permit: $15, admits one person, arriving on foot, bicycle, or motorcycle
  • Grand Canyon National Park Annual Pass: $60, good for one year at Grand Canyon National Park
  • America the Beautiful Pass: $80, good for one year at all national parks and other federal recreation sites that charge entrance fees
  • America the Beautiful Senior Pass: $10, a lifetime pass to all federal lands charging an entrance fee, including national parks. Available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents age 62 and over.
  • America the Beautiful Access Pass: Free, a lifetime pass to all federal lands charging an entrance fee, including national parks. Available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.
  • America the Beautiful Volunteer Pass: Free, valid for one year at all federal lands charging an entrance fee, including national parks. Available to volunteers who have done 500 hours of volunteer service on an annual basis.

 

For more details on entrance fees and passes, see the park website.