Ely Creek Backcountry Campsites Closed
The Ely Creek backcountry campsites located along the Jones Hole Trail have been closed until further notice due to bear activity in the area. More »
Numerous Campsites Closed in the Green River Campground
A recent tree assessment of the Green River Campground identified potential safety issues with numerous cottonwood trees, requiring us to close many of the campsites. Please plan ahead so that you are not disappointed if the campground is full. More »
Lifetime passes are available to U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents. Some restrictions apply. Passes are non-transferable and are obtained in person at any Federal Recreation Area.
Interagency Senior Pass
Interagency Access Pass
*Does not cover special use fees such as cave tours, bus transportation, guided tours, etc., there are some NPS units which can only be entered upon payments of such use fees.
*Admits holder, spouse, children, and parents where entry is made by means other than private noncommercial vehicle or Commercial tour vehicle. Passes and Passports are nontransferable. This schedule is subject to change.
For additional details on any of the Interagency passes, check out the National Park Service passes website.
Golden Age Passport: DISCONTINUED. This pass has been discontinued and replaced by the Interagency Senior pass. The Golden Age Passport will remain VALID throughout the lifetime of the holder. If the pass holder wishes to upgrade to the Interagency Senior Pass, they may do so in person at any Federal Recreation Area. The cost to upgrade is $10.00 from a plastic Golden Age Passport or FREE from a paper Golden Age Passport.
Golden Access Passport: DISCONTINUED. This pass has been discontinued and replaced by the Interagency Access Pass. The Golden Access Passport will remain VALID throughout the lifetime of the holder. If the pass holder wishes to upgrade to the Interagency Access Pass, they may do so in person at any Federal Recreation Area. The cost to upgrade is FREE from a paper or plastic Golden Access Passport.
Did You Know?
Dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, but lizards are still a common sight at Dinosaur National Monument. The small, inquisitive reptiles have endured on Earth for more than 300 million years, far outlasting their giant cousins.