Park Passes and Fees
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Please contact us at (212) 581-3380 and we'll help you get the guides!
Unfortunately, there are no showers or electrical or water hookups in the park. However, there are restrooms with cold running water and flush toilets located throughout the campground. The link below is a map of Smokemont Campground, with a key that indicates restroom locations.
Smokemont Campground Map:
Great Smoky Mountains – Frontcountry Camping website: http://www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/frontcountry-camping.htm
Certain campgrounds can hold larger size tents! If there is a specific campground you are interested, give the Reservation line a ring and they can tell you whether it will fit or not. For more specific information on an exact campground, please call (307) 344-7311.
If you're going into the backcountry, be sure to carefully examine the Backcountry Camping Guide. This will tell you where all the campgrounds are located, as well as what permits you will need before heading out.
Enjoy your trip and be sure to come back to Oh, Ranger's Facebook Page and post pictures of your adventure! Happy Trails!