The following Entrance Fees are charged for traveling the park's Scenic Drive beyond the Fruita Campground. Passes are good for 7 days.
Individuals: $3.00 ($7.00 beginning June 1, 2015)
Vehicles: $5.00 ($10.00 beginning June 1, 2015)
Entrance Fee Waivers:
Sites at Fruita Campground are $10.00 per night. ($20.00 beginning June 1, 2015)
Senior and Access Pass holders are $5.00 per night. ($10.00 beginning June 1, 2015)
All sites at the Fruita Campground are first come, first serve, with the exception of the Group Campsite.
FEDERAL RECREATION LANDS PASSES
All Federal Recreation Lands Passes are available and accepted at Capitol Reef.
FEE FREE WEEKENDS
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that the National Park Service will offer the following fee-free* dates this year to encourage Americans seeking affordable vacations to visit these national treasures. There are 401 national park units located across the country in all 50 states, Washington D.C. and 5 territories. "During these tough economic times, our national parks provide opportunities for affordable vacations for families," Salazar said at a press conference at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. "I encourage everyone to visit one of our nation's crown jewels this summer and especially to take advantage of the three free-admission weekends. National Parks also serve as powerful economic engines for local communities and we hope that promoting visitation will give a small shot in the arm to businesses in the area," he said. National Park Service sites across the country that charge fees for entry will waive these entrance fees. Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free days in 2015:
January 19 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)
Most Americans live less than a day's drive from a park, the Secretary noted. Nationwide, parks last year attracted more than 275 million recreation visits. Spending by non-local visitor provided $10.6 billion for local economies, supporting more than 213,000 jobs, not counting National Park Service jobs. The National Park Service website provides information to help the public plan their park adventures at www.nps.gov.