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    Bent's Old Fort

    National Historic Site Colorado

Fees & Reservations

Fee: The fee is $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for children 6 to 12 years of age, and children under 6 years of age free. Interagency Annual Pass, Senior Pass, Access Pass and Military passes are are accepted.

Fee Free Days in 2014
The National Park Service will offer the following fee free days this year:

January 20
February 15-17
April 19-20
August 25
September 27 (Founder's Day)
November 11 (Veterans Day)

 
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Interagency Annual Pass - $80.00
The Interagency Annual Pass is validfor all National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service entrance fees, and Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and Forest Service sites that charge a standard amenity fee. (This pass is not valid for other National Park Service fees such as camping, boat tours or boat permits).

This pass permits entry for the pass holder and accompanying passengers in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle at parks that charge a per vehicle entrance fee.The Interagency Annual Pass costs $80.00 and is valid for one year. Passes are available at the site. The pass can also be purchased online at http://store.usgs.gov/pass or by phone at 1-888-ASK USGS, extension 1.

The Interagency Annual Pass is valid for one year from the month of purchase, and is non-transferable. Passes sold over the Internet will be punched with an expiration date prior to shipment.

 
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Interagency Senior Pass - $10.00
The Interagency Senior Pass is a lifetime pass available to persons who are at least 62 years of age and citizens or permanent residents of the United States, for a one time charge of $10.

This pass permits entry for the pass holder and accompanying passengers in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle at parks that charge a per vehicle entrance fee. It also provides for a 50% discount on camping fees and boat fees. The Interagency Senior Pass can only be obtained in person at park entrance stations or major visitor centers and is non-transferable.

Note: The Interagency Senior Pass replaces the Golden Age Passport. Existing Golden Age Passports will still be honored for the lifetime of the cardholder.

 
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Interagency Access Pass - FREE
The Interagency Access Pass is a lifetime pass available without charge to persons who are blind or permanently disabled and citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

This pass permits entry for the pass holder and accompanying passengers in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle at parks that charge at parks that charge a per vehicle entrance fee. An Interagency Access Pass also provides a 50% discount on camping fees and boat fees.

The Interagency Access Pass can only be obtained in person at major visitor centers and is non-transferable. Documentation is required to obtain the pass. Acceptable documentation includes: statement by a licensed physician; document issued by Federal agency such as the Veteran's Administration, Social Security Disability Income or Supplemental Security Income; or document issued by a State agency such as a vocational rehabilitation agency.

 
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Interagency Annual Military Pass - FREE
Active duty members of the U.S. Military qualify for a free Interagency Annual Military Pass. The military version covers the same fees as the standard Interagency Annual Pass above. A current, valid military identification card is required to obtain the pass.

This pass permits entry for the pass holder and accompanying passengers in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle at parks that charge a per vehicle entrance fee.The Interagency Annual is valid for one year. Passes are available at the site. The pass can also be purchased online at http://store.usgs.gov/pass or by phone at 1-888-ASK USGS, extension 1.

The Interagency Military Pass is valid for one year from the month of purchase, and is non-transferable.

Did You Know?

pocket billiards

One of the most interesting items described as being at Bent’s Fort was “a regularly established billiard room”. Mentioned by many original visitors, the billiard table is as surprising to modern visitors as it was 160 years ago. The impressive table measures 6ft. by 12ft.