Senior’s National Park Lifetime Pass Price Set to Increase

If you are older than 62 years old, you have until August 28, 2017, to get your Senior Lifetime National Park Pass for just $10.

On August 28, the national park pass goes up to $80. They will also introduce a new Senior Annual Pass for $20/year. If you buy four annual passes, you will be able to trade it in for a National Park Lifetime Pass.

Senior National Park Lifetime Pass Price set to increase August 28, 2017With many parks having entry fees of $25-35 a pop, just one visit with a Lifetime Pass will save you money. (Yes, many parks are still free) Senior Passes also come with an added benefit of 50% off many amenity fees, including camping. Traveling companions, in non-commercial vehicles (so your RV is probably good to go), get in free with your pass.

You can apply online or through the mail for $10 extra fee. You can buy in person at certain recreation sites and skip the additional fee. Bring your proof of residency and age with you.

National Park Lifetime Pass Grants Access to 2,000+ Locations

The National Park Lifetime Pass will get you into more than 2,000 federal recreation sites managed by the following agencies:

  • National Park Service
  • US Fish & Wildlife Service
  • Bureau of Land Management
  • Bureau of Reclamation
  • US Forest Service
  • US Army Corps of Engineers


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