• Sentinal and Eagle Rocks

    Scotts Bluff

    National Monument Nebraska

Fees & Reservations

Scotts Bluff National Monument Fee Booth.

NPS

Entrance Fees

Individual - hikers or bicyclists

$3.00 - Valid seven days

Motorcycle

$3.00 - Valid seven days

Private, non-commercial vehicle

$5.00 - Valid seven days



Commercial Tour Fees

Commercial
sedan, 1-6 passenger capacity

$25.00 - Valid one day

Commercial Van 7-25 passenger capacity

$40.00 - Valid one day

Commercial Bus 26+ passenger capacity

$100.00 - Valid one day


Annual Park Pass


Bi-Park Pass

$15.00 - Valid for one year from date of purchase at Ft. Laramie NHS and Scotts Bluff NM. This pass is nontransferable.

Interagency Pass Program

America the Beautiful - Annual National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass

$80.00 - Valid one year from date of purchase, this pass is nontransferable.

America the Beautiful - Senior National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass

$10.00 - Valid for holder's lifetime, must be a permanent resident of the United States who is at least 62 years. This pass is nontransferable.

America the Beautiful - Access National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass

Free - Valid for holder's lifetime, nontransferable pass available to United States citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.

America the Beautiful - Military National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass

Free - for active duty military and their dependents. Valid one year from date of purchase, this pass is nontransferable.

Group Reservations

All groups need to make a reservation so the rangers are aware of any special needs. It also gives them a chance to let groups know if there are any issues that may impact their visit. Please fill out the Group Reservation Form and email, mail or fax it to the monument. Groups may also make their reservation over the phone.

Educational Fee Waivers

Entrance fee waivers are available to academic institutions when the main purpose of their visit is educational rather than recreational. Read the Academic Fee Waiver Application Guidelines to fully understand the process. Fill out the Fee Waiver Application and send it by mail, email or fax at least one week ahead of your visit. The rangers will review the application and notify you whether or not it is granted. Be sure to make a group reservation as well.

Did You Know?

Living History Demonstration.  Summer 2006

The first living history demonstration (Pioneer Campsite) was held at the Monument in 1971 and was conducted by volunteers and Park Rangers.