Commercial Use Authorizations
What is a "Commercial Use Authorization?"
Commercial Use Authorizations are required of all operators who provide any and all goods, activities, agreements or other services to the general public which take place, at least in part, in the park, uses park resources and are undertaken for or results in compensation, monetary gain, benefit or profit to an individual, organization or corporation, whether or not such entity is organized for purposes recognized as non-profit under local, state or federal law. This includes educational institutions.
What is the term of a CUA?
Is sub-contracting allowed under the authorization?
What type of insurance is required before this authorization can be approved?
Obtaining a CUA
Mail applications to:
Applications can be faxed to (775) 234-7590.
For questions about current fee schedules or general information, contact the Special Uses Coordinator by email or by phone at (775) 234-7511.
Did You Know?
Great Basin National Park is home to Lexington Arch, one of the largest limestone arches in the western United States. This six-story arch was created by the forces of weather working slowly over the span of centuries. This type of above ground limestone arch is rare.