Park Passes and Fees

The Statue of Liberty’s Crown Reopens After Yearlong Closure

Statue of Liberty. Source: NPS.gov.With another year of renovations under her belt, Lady Liberty reopens her crown to the public on October 28, 2012. The welcoming beacon of the New York Harbor, embodying freedom and democracy, closed her doors the day after her 125th birthday last year, and will reopen just in time to celebrate her 126th.

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How can I obtain the Access Pass for residents with disabilities
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Cabrillo Marine Aquarium , Park Passes and Fees
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The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium is open year-round and operates on a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $1 for children and seniors.

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FREE Entry to National Parks on National Public Lands Day 2012

National Public Lands DayGet out your hiking boots and prepare the kids for a super Saturday in the great outdoors. National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is September 29, 2012 and allows visitors to gain FREE entrance to select public lands. Here’s your opportunity to visit that park you’ve always wanted to check out.

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Are you allowed to ride two up on an ATV in Boise National Forest?
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Boise National Forest, Idaho, ATVs, Park Passes and Fees
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To find out ATV rules within the forest, please call the forest office at (208) 373-4100. There are plenty of ATV opportunities in Boise National Forest. To lean more, check out the OHV trails.

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May I receive a booklet on Hawaii's National parks?
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Hi Joyce,

The guide to Hawaii's National Parks is out of print. However, you can find helpful information on our pages about Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Haleakala National Park. Additional information is available at nps.gov.

 

 

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From Page, AZ, what's the best way to make quality time in a 2-night stay? 3 nights?
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Utah, Ancient Cultures, Astronomy/Stargazing, Leaf Peeping, Food/Dining, Native American History, Fossils, Guided Tours, Ranger-led Programs, River Rafting, Flora & Fauna, Historic Sites, Lodging, Park Passes and Fees, Photography, Preservation, Safety, Volcanology
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The Glen Canyon area is the main attraction of Page, AZ. From the Glen Canyon National Recreation Center, you can book rafting trips and other water sports, canyon tours, and other outdoor adventures. Other places of interest in the area include: Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam, Vermillion Cliffs, Wahweap Marina, and the Hanging Garden-Chains area. 

 

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How can I make reservations for a camp site using my Access Pass? I can't get a person on the phone at Great Smokey Mountain or online reser
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Camping, Park Passes and Fees
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Some campsites are on a first come, first-served basis. For all other campsites, reservations may be done ahead of time online or by phone. The link below is for the official Great Smoky Mountain website, which links to online reservation sites and gives the numbers for the park offices. You should be able to use your Access Pass when making reservations. Please note the times that the different campsite offices are open before calling.

http://www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/feesandreservations.htm

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Johnna
I am trying to get the Access Pass for resident with permanent disabilities for National & Federal Parks. Thank You, JK
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You can request this pass at any national park entrance station. The Access Pass is a free, lifetime admission and discount pass for permanent residents with permanent disabilities. If you wish to have the pass before going to the parks, you can mail it in for $10. Please consult this link for more information about the Access Pass.

http://store.usgs.gov/pass/access.html

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The Access Pass is available in person, with proper documentation, from a participating Federal recreation site or office. You can download the pdf of Locations that issue the Access Pass at the URL below. The pass is also available by mail.

http://store.usgs.gov/pass/access.html

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Johnna
Where is the closest location to Hollywood Fl to get an Access Pass? Thanks in advance, JK
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What are you trying to get an Access Pass for? Can you please be more specific with your question?

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We are planning summer trip and were wondering if it is possible to get the Rocky Mountain, South CA, Utah, and Yosemite guides in the mail?
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Please contact us at (212) 581-3380 and we'll help you get the guides!

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