Commercial Filming and Still Photography Permits
On April 14, 2006 the National Park Service published a final rule in the Federal Register that allows the NPS to implement Public Law 106-206 (P.L. 106-206), codified at 16 U.S.C. 406/-6d and amends the commercial filming and still photography regulation found at 43 CFR 5.1.
All commercial filming requires a permit. Commercial filming is defined as digital or film recording of a visual image or sound recording by a person, business, or other entity for a market audience, such as for a documentary, television or feature film, advertisement, or similar project. It does not include news coverage or visitor use. To receive a permit, click here.
Still photography activities require a permit only when:
To receive a permit for still photography activities, click here.
Did You Know?
Isle Royale’s inland lakes are home to an amazing diversity of invertebrates. Freshwater clams, sponges, bryozoans, snails, and insects exist in an abundance of forms and in huge sizes not seen since the late 1800’s.