Special Use Permits
A special park use is defined as an activity that takes place in a park area, and that:
Activities and events that require Special Use Permits include:
A non-refundable application fee of $25 is required. Additional administrative, location and/or cost recovery fees may also be charged. Follow the directions found on the Application for Special Use Permit (950kb PDF), then mail the completed form to the park headquarters address no less than 14 days in advance of the event. Forms will only be accepted via U.S. Mail. Forms that have been faxed or e-mailed will not be accepted for consideration. Incomplete applications may be returned to the applicant, along with the application fee, without action. The Park will attempt to reach the applicant to resolve minor issues but may return the application without action if unable to reach the applicant over three business days. Applicants are encouraged to provide reliable daytime telephone contact information.
Film Permits are provided on an individual basis. On May 15, 2006 the National Park Service established procedures and guidelines for the issuing of commercial film and still photography permits in units of the National Park Service. For commercial filming as defined by those guidelines, there is a permit fee. Contact the park for specific permit information.
Did You Know?
Did you know that the Obed is one of several Wild and Scenic Rivers in the National Park System? Some of the others include the Rio Grande River (Texas), the the Little Pee Dee River (North and South Carolina), and the Escalante River (Utah).