Interagency Pass Program
The new pass program combines the benefits of existing recreation passes from five federal agencies into one comprehensive pass. The new pass covers recreation opportunities on public lands managed by the National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and the Forest Service.
Access to most public lands remains free. The pass applies to those locations that currently have entrance fees or standard amenity fees.
The Interagency Pass Program replaces the Golden Eagle, Golden Age and the Golden Access Passports as well as the National Park Pass. Existing passes will remain valid until they expire.
Sales of the new pass began in January, 2007 and are available at federal recreation sites that charge entrance and standard amenity fees, through government Internet sites and through select third-party vendors.
For more information, view the new passport or to purchase your passport online click on the link above.
Did You Know?
The Knob Creek Farm, where the Lincoln family lived from 1811 to 1816, was added to the National Park Service by donation on November 6, 2001. The site was purchased in April 2001 with money raised by the National Park Trust, several organizations in Kentucky, and many others.