Park Passes and Fees

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I will be driving out to Yellowstone National Park within 2 weeks. What are the top 5 things to do and see while I am there? Thanks!
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That is a question that has more answers than the Internet can provide : )

Our site's Yellowstone Pages has a "things to do" section that is fairly consistent with most people's top interests.  You can also visit the West Yellowstone Chamber site for more insights.  Definitely hit the IMAX theater in West on your way into the park (if you head in that direction!)

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bombblas
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visit all geysers, spring, hiking trail, nature gardens in yelloew stones

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jsundberg...
What is going on at Broadhead Meadows?
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Are you referring to Broadhead Meadows in Utah's Unita National Forest? The latest information we have is as follows:

Due to continuing inclement weather condtions, and late season snowpack, most of the campgrounds in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest remain closed. Opening dates will be delayed. Please check with local Ranger District offices for the most current information.

Roads and trails will remain closed to motorized vehicles for public safety and to prevent resource damage.

For more information, contact the forest directly at (801) 342-5100or visit fs.usda.gov/uwcnf.

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rickdettl...
Do u now where arrow head camp grounds is in clinton, Il
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The address for Arrowhead Acres Camp is 3315 Weldon Springs Rd, Clinton, IL.  

Visit their website at http://arrowheadacres.net/Indexaac.htm for more information.

For directions, go to the following!  http://yellowpages.whowhere.com/il/clinton/arrowhead-acres-camp-L2205714398.html?diktfc=20CA9B4F015C16D50B52DAFA6E8FEA3EEE3C72BE3327

    

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Mary Pasc...
We have a ranger guided tour the first week of July. Do we need bear spray?
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It's always a good idea to be bear aware, but it's best to check with the park before your arrival to see if they recommend bear spray. Before you head out, check out these articles:

Yellowstone's Bears

Minimizing the Dangers of a Bear Encounter

If you do decide to purchase bear spray, don't forget to recycle your canister before you head home!
 

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Free Admission to National Parks on June 21

June 14, 2011, 12:38 pm
Start summer with a free visit to a national park! The National Park Service is waiving all entrance fees on June 21—the first day of summer. On this day, many park partners will also offer discounts, saving visitors money on food, lodging, tours and souvenirs. There are also deals to ...

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Free Admission to National Parks on June 21

Start summer with a free visit to a national park! The National Park Service is waiving all entrance fees on June 21—the first day of summer.

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Park Love...
I can't find survey to win hiking poles. Can you tell me where to find that?
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Hi! Thanks for your interest in our 2011 Park Study. We're in the process of finalizing the survey and it will be live soon. We'll drop you a line when it's ready.

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In the meantime, log on to parkstudy.com and leave your email address. This way we can send you a note when the study is live.

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If I'm driving a minivan with 6 people, 1 annual pass it's ok to go to the parks? Thanks. Morvan58
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The pass admits the pass holder/s and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas and pass holder + 3 adults, not to exceed 4 adults, at per person fee areas. (children under 16 are admitted free).

Enjoy your visit and please don't forget to wear your seatbelts!!

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crystal
If i am ia r.v. driving my other vehicle behind it do i need 2 annual passes
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crystal
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if i am driving my r.v. with my other half driving our car behind me do i need 2 annual passes
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The America The Beautiful Federal Lands Pass admits the pass holder/s and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per-vehicle fee areas and pass holder + 3 adults at per-person fee areas.

I'd suggest calling the park you plan to visit in advance to find out their policy regarding your situation.

Have a great trip!

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dwight60
Where can I find a participating national park service office whre I can get a disablity pass? I live near Kaysville, Utah,
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The nearest office is the Forsest Service Information Center at Union Station in Ogden, UT.  Their address is 2501 Wall Avenue and their phone number is 801-625-5306.

You will need documentation of disability, so please call ahead to make sure you have the appropriate paperwork. 

Also, the person getting the pass must appear in person when getting the pass. They also need to be a US citizen or resident.

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When I received my Golden Access Passport maybe six years ago I got it at the entrance station to Yosemite NP.  I didn't have to find a regional office or anything.

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