Utah National Park FREE Days

Mar 17, 2016
By: Ann Whittaker

Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Zion

There are 127 out of 400+ national parks that have entrance fees, but on these freebie days, you can roll right through those fee stations, after you observe the law and stop at the stop sign, of course--unless you want a map. You should probably stop and get a map, and say hello to the friendly people behind those sliding windows and doors.

 

FREE National Park Entrance Days 2016

January 18: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

April 16 - 24: National Park Week

August 25-28: National Park Service Birthday (Happy 100th!)

September 24: National Public Lands Day

November 11: Veterans Day

Regular Fees for Utah’s National Parks

Passes are valid for 7 days/1 week

Arches

Private Vehicle: $25/vehicle

Motorcycle: $15/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $10/person

Bryce Canyon

Private Vehicle: $30/vehicle

Motorcycle: $25/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $15/person

Canyonlands

Private Vehicle: $25/vehicle

Motorcycle: $15/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $10/person

Capitol Reef

Private Vehicle: $10/vehicle

Motorcycle: $10/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $7/person

Annual Capitol Reef pass: $30

Zion

Private Vehicle: $30/vehicle

Motorcycle: $25/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $15/person

Other National Sites Participating in FREE Admission Days

 

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Individual: $5/person
Children 15 and under are always FREE

Dinosaur National Monument

Private Vehicle: $20/vehicle

Motorcycle: $15/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $10/person

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Private Vehicle: $25/vehicle

Motorcycle: $20/motorcycle

Per Person: (no car) $12/person

Golden Spike National Historic Site

Private Vehicle (including motorcycles): $7/vehicle

Per Person: (no car) $4/person

Natural Bridges National Monument

Private Vehicle: $10/vehicle

Motorcycle: $5/motorcycle

Per Person: $5/person

Annual & Lifetime National Parks Passes

Annual Parks Pass

$80 for any park all year long. You can pick one up at any national park fee station or visitor center.

Every Kid in a Park Pass

Are you a 4th grader? Do you know one? You should. They can get you into any national park for free during their 4th grade school year.

Senior Pass

$10 for anyone 62 years old or older. Pick one up at a national park. If you want one via mail, that’ll cost you an extra $20. So just hold your horses and get one when you go on your next national park adventure.

Southeast Utah Group Annual Pass

$50 (Arches, Canyonlands, Hovenweep NM, Natural Bridges NM) Valid for one year through the month of purchase.


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