Fees & Reservations
Private, non-commercial vehicle; $15 - Valid for 7 days
Individual - hike, bicycle; $7 - Valid for 7 days
Motorcycle; $10 - Valid for 7 days
Badlands National Park Annual Pass; $30 - Valid for one year from month of purchase
Organized, non-commercial groups (i.e. service organizations, scouts, church groups, and college/school clubs); $7 per person - Valid for 7 days
Commercial Tour Fees
Commercial sedan, 1 to 6 passenger capacity; $25 plus $7 per person - 7 days for Original Manifest
Commercial van, 7 to 15 passenger capacity; $50 - 7 days for Original Manifest
Minibus, 16 to 25 passenger capacity; $60 - 7 days for Original Manifest
Motorcoach, 26 or more passenger capacity; $150 - 7 days for Original Manifest
Interagency Pass Program
$80 - Valid for one year from month of purchase
This nontransferable annual pass covers the entrance or standard amenity fees at sites managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It does not cover camping fees, parking fees, user fees (i.e. cave tours), concession activities, or cooperating association bookstore charges.
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Senior Pass
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Access Pass
Educational Fee Waivers
2014 FEE-FREE DATES
The National Park Service will waive entrance fees on select dates throughout 2013. During the entrance fee free time, other fees (such as camping) are still in effect.
Did You Know?
25% of Badlands National Park is a designated wilderness area. Established in 1976, the Badlands Wilderness Area consists of 64,144 acres of the largest prairie wilderness in the United States. Administered in two units, Sage Creek and Conata Basin, the area is open for backpacking and exploration.