2013 FEE FREE DATES:
January 21-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
April 22-26-National Park Week (That's right, no fees the entire week!)
August 25-National Park Service Birthday (The NPS will turn 97 years old in 2013!)
September 28-National Public Lands Day.
November 9-11-Veteran's Day Weekend.
$4 per person for visits of 1-7 (consecutive) Days
Details: Applies to ages 16 and over. Children 15 and under admitted free
SW Pennsylvania Park Pass
$15 for a pass that is valid 12 (consecutive) months from date of purchase
Allows entry to Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, and Johnstown Flood National Memorial, for pass holder and three additional adults of their choice. The passholder must travel with the guests, they may be different guests at each visit. Children are admitted free of charge.
Save Money!! Buy the Local Pass right away if
*you have 4 adults in your group (saves $1 immediately, plus entry into other parks for up to a year)
*you have 2 to 4 adults in your group and you plan to see both Allegheny Portage Railroad NHS and the Johnstown Flood National Memorial (saves $1 to $17 depending on your group size, plus you have 12 months to return AND admission for Fort Necessity National Battlefield- another $10-$20 savings)
*you plan to visit more than once (your pass is good for 12 months, you can bring up to 3 adults guests each time you visit and not have to pay)
Other Passes Honored - and sold (click for details)
For US Citizens or Permanent Residents who are age 62 or over. This admits the guest and three additional adult guests in the party.
For US Citizens or Permanent Residents of any age who have a permanent disability. This admits the guest and three additional adult guests in the party.
America The Beautiful Pass
Yearly pass sold for Entrance Fees to all National Parks and other Federal Areas. This admits the guest and three additional adult guests in the party.
America the Beautiful-U.S. Military Pass
Free, yearly pass for US Military Members and their dependents, including National Guard and Reserves. This admits the servicemember and his/her dependents in the party.