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Pedestrians, bicycles, motorcycles and mopeds all have an entrance fee of $10 per person, not to exceed $20 per vehicle.  This fee is valid for 7 consecutive days including date of purchase.  Of course as always, a public lands access pass (America The Beautiful Pass) is good for one full year from date of purchase and gets you + vehicle into any park for free.  You can purchase yours at www.parkpass.net.

See this link for some great rides in the area, and be sure to check back with us at OhRanger.com to tell folks about the trip!

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