Fees & Passes
Your Fees Benefit the Park
The fees you may pay when visiting Voyageurs National Park make a difference! We participate in the Congressionally-authorized Federal Recreation Lands Enhancement Act (FLREA). In Voyageurs, 96-percent of the fee revenue collected in the park stays here to help fund park projects related to the fee program.
There is no fee to enter Voyageurs National Park. Enjoy your visit!
Tent Campsite Amenity Fees
Starting November 15, 2014, all tent campsites within Voyageurs National Park require a reservation and an amenity fee. Learn more about the tent camping reservation and fee program.
Tour Boat Fees
Boat tours and some ranger-led programs require a fee at Voyageurs National Park. Learn more about tour boat fees, program schedules and reservations.
The following passes are available for purchase at any Voyageurs National Park visitor center:
America the Beautiful Interagency Annual Pass
The $10 Interagency Senior Pass (62 and older) is a lifetime pass available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Pass is available only in-person at any Voyageurs National Park visitor center. This pass may be used for the card holder only for a 50-percent discount on Voyageurs National Park boat tours. Must have pass at time of reservation. Learn more about the Senior Pass.
Interagency Access Pass
Military Annual Pass
Annual 4th Grade Pass
Federal Recreation Lands Enhancement Act (FLREA)
We participate in the Congressionally-authorized Federal Recreation Lands Enhancement Act (FLREA). Recreation fees collected under FLREA are reinvested into the parks to benefit the visitor through addressing deferred maintenance and enhancing the visitor experience. In many parks, 80-percent of the recreation fees remain at the site where collected, the other 20-percent is used at parks where fees are not collected or for youth corps programs. Voyageurs National Park is an exception because the park collects under the established $500,000 threshold, allowing us to keep 96-percent of the fees collected within the park.
Current Ongoing Projects