Fees & Passes

Entrance Station

The park entrance station is a great way to meet a ranger and contribute to projects with direct visitor connections.

NPS

 

Your entrance and campground fees go directly back to visitor improvement projects. For more information on how we've improved visitor services via your fee dollars, visit our Your Fee Dollars at Work page. Here is a list of all fees and reservations that can be made at Prince William Forest Park:

 

Entrance Fees: 16 yrs of age and up

$5.00 per single passenger vehicle (less than 14 passengers), valid for 7 consecutive days
$3.00 per person walk-in, bike in or per motor cycle (also 7 days);per person charge for
vehicle over 14 passengers.
$20.00 Annual Pass, provides entry for pass holder and occupants of a single personal vehicle
(capacity of 14 passengers or less).

 

Annual and Lifetime Passes
These passes provide annual or lifetime access to all Federal Recreation Lands (national parks, national forests, national wildlife refuges etc...)

$80.00 Annual Pass
$10.00 Senior Pass (Lifetime, for persons 62 and up)
FREE Access Pass (Lifetime, for persons with a permanent disability)
FREE Volunteer Pass (Annual, for persons who volunteer more than 500 hours with the NPS)
FREE Military Pass ($80 value. Free to any United States active duty military personnel & their dependents with a valid AD ID.)

 

Camping Fees

$20.00 Oak Ridge Campground per site, per night (6 people per site)
$10.00 Oak Ridge Campground per site, per night, Senior/Access passholders
Varies Cabin Camping Rates vary per cabin size and cabin camp capacity. Visit the Cabin Camping page or call 703-221-4706 x401 for more information.
$40.00 Turkey Run Ridge Group Campground per site, per night (25-40 people per site)

$32.00 - $35.00

Prince
William Forest RV
Campground
Rates for 2 people: $32 (elec/water)/$35 (full hookups);$4.00 per person extra person charge Good Sam or Senior Discount 10% (62 &over) Children 5 years old &under no charge Dump station fee (non-guest) $20.00
 

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