• View of Cliff Dwellings from the Island Trail

    Walnut Canyon

    National Monument Arizona

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    Sections of the Island Trail are undergoing needed repairs creating partial closures. Please call ahead 928-526-3367 for the latest conditions.

Fees & Reservations

ENTRANCE FEES

Individual

$5.00 - 7 Days

Fee is per person, good for 7 days at Walnut Canyon National Monument. Free entrance for children under 16. Major credit cards are accepted for all fees.


Flagstaff Area National Monuments Annual Pass

$25 - Annual

Admits passport holder and 3 adults (16 years and older) to Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki National Monuments for 1 year, beginning from the month of sale. Major credit cards are accepted.

Other Passes
We honor and issue the America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands passes including the Annual Pass, Senior Pass, and Access Pass.
For more information on the America the Beautiful passes, please click here.
Commercial Fees:

Vehicle Capacity 1-6 (Sedan)
$28 - Day

Vehicle Capacity 7-25 (Van)
$40 - Day

Vehicle Capacity 26 or more (Bus)
$100 - Day


Details
Commercial fees are charged according to vehicle carrying capacity - not number of persons on board.

Commercial fees paid at Walnut Canyon will be honored for same-day entry at Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki National Monuments. Commercial fee is valid for one day only.

Did You Know?

Map of United States showing Old Trails Highwary route

In 1915 a spur road to what is now Walnut Canyon National Monument was designated part of the National Old Trails Highway, also known as the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, which stretched for 3,095 miles across the US. Walnut Canyon became a short detour from this major transcontinental route.