• Olympic: Three Parks in One

    Olympic

    National Park Washington

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  • Olympic Hot Springs Road Closed

    The Elwha Valley's Olympic Hot Springs Road is closed to public entry beyond the Altair Campground during removal of the Glines Canyon Dam. Olympic Hot Springs is not accessible from the Elwha.

Fees & Reservations

Entrance Fees -- Single visit (good for up to seven consecutive days at any Olympic National Park entrance.)

  • Vehicle: $15
  • Individual: (on foot, bicycle, motorcycle) $5. Children 15 years old and younger are admitted free of charge.
  • Park entrance fees may be waived for school group visits when class curriculum relates to park resources. Learn more.
 

Olympic National Park Annual Pass
The annual pass costs $30 and is good at any Olympic National Park entrance station for one year from the month of purchase.

 

America the Beautiful Pass Series
Learn more about this series of passes that provide access to federal recreation sites, including National Park Service areas like Olympic.

 

Commercial Tour Fees
These fees are only charged to commercial tour businesses.
* Vans with 7 to 15 seats = $75
* Minibus with 16 to 25 seats = $100
* Motorcoach with 26 or more seats = $200

Note: All vehicles traveling to Hurricane Ridge during the winter season (November - April) are required to carry tire chains.

Campground Fees
The nightly fee for camping in one of Olympic's established campgrounds ranges from $10 - $18, depending on location and season. For a complete listing of campground fees, check the campground pages.

 

Wilderness Overnight Use Fees
Permits are required for all overnight trips into the Olympic wilderness backcountry. Permits (good for the entire hiking group) cost $5, plus $2 per person per night. Wilderness fees are non-refundable. For more information about backpacking in Olympic, check the overnight hiking pages.

 
Other Use Fees
RV Dump Station Fee:
$5 per use (dump stations available at Fairholme, Hoh, Kalaloch, Mora and Sol Duc campgrounds)

Did You Know?

Mt. Olympus in winter

That Mount Olympus receives over 200 inches of precipitation each year and most of that falls as snow? At 7,980 feet, Mount Olympus is the highest peak in Olympic National Park and has the third largest glacial system in the contiguous U.S.