Electronic Passes Available Through Recreation.govPurchase digital park entrance passes on Recreation.gov at no additional cost. Once purchased, passes for Antietam National Battlefield must be printed or saved on your mobile device, prior to use. When arriving to the park, your physical or digital pass should be presented at the visitor center. Connectivity is limited or non-existent in the park, therefore printing the permit in advance or saving it to your electronic device is recommended.
The federal interagency annual pass, the America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass Series, is available for purchase when you arrive at Antietam National Battlefield. The following Antietam passes are available on Recreation.gov:
Three Day Pass (As of January 1, 2021)
Personal Vehicle/Family: $20.00 for three days
Individual: $10.00 for three days. This fee admits one individual in a vehicle and also includes hikers, bicyclists or pedestrians. Youth 15 and under are admitted free of charge.
Motorcycle: $15.00 This fee admits one individual on a private, non-commercial motorcycle for three days.
Annual Pass to Antietam Battlefield
Valid for one year from month of purchase for Antietam National Battlefield only. Admits pass holder and passengers in a single private vehicle.
An America the Beautiful Pass provides access to all federal recreation areas, including National Parks. The pass series includes an Annual Pass for the general public, lifetime Senior Pass for those 62 or older, lifetime Access Pass for US citizens with permanent disabilities, annual Volunteer Pass for volunteers accumulating 250 hours of service, and Annual Pass for U.S. Military. A pass covers entrance fees for a driver and all passengers in a personal vehicle. Passes are available for purchase at Antietam National Battlefield. Learn more: America the Beautiful Pass
4th Grade Pass Available
Fourth grade students and their families can benefit from free admission to fee-collecting parks, public lands and waters by downloading a paper pass from the Every Kid Outdoors website. In addition, if the 4th grader would like to exchange the paper passes for a more durable "keepsake" Fourth Grade Annual Pass, they may do so at the park's visitor center.
Last updated: February 24, 2021