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Interagency Passes

Interagency passes may be purchased at the following locations in Buffalo National River. Please call the location prior to your visit to ensure that it is open and has a supply of passes. All locations will be open for hours indicated as staffing allows. Passes are kept in stock, but any single location may be sold out of a particular pass and awaiting replacements.

The Interagency Annual Pass is currently $80.00 and may be purchased by anyone. The Interagency Senior Pass, $10.00, is for U.S. citizens 62 or older. The Interagency Access Pass is free for the disabled. The Interagency Military pass is free for active military members. For more information about the interagency passes and requirements for purchase of each pass, click here.



Locations

Buffalo NR Headquarters
402 N Walnut, Harrison, AR
870-365-2700

Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Interagency Annual, Senior, Military & Access passes available.



Tyler Bend Visitor Center
Entrance road on Hwy 65 between
St. Joe & Marshall, AR
870-439-2502

Tuesday - Sunday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Monday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Interagency Senior and Access passes available.



Buffalo Point Ranger Station
Hwy 268 off of Hwy 14 between Yellville & Harriet, AR
870-449-4311

Sunday - Saturday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Interagency Senior and Access passes available.



Pruitt Ranger Station
Hwy 7 north of Jasper, AR
870-446-5373

Sunday - Saturday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Interagency Senior and Access passes available.


Did You Know?

Twilight on the Buffalo National River

Did you know that there are no dams found on the Buffalo National River. In fact, a number of people realized this and fought to keep the river untouched by dam builders. On March 1, 1972, Congress established Buffalo National River as the country's first national river.