Beach entrance fees
Cape Cod National Seashore beach entrance fees are collected from late June through early September when lifeguards are on duty, and on weekends/holidays from Memorial Day to the end of September.Beach entrance fees are collected at all six seashore beaches.
Daily vehicle - $20
There is no entrance fee for active duty military and their dependents with proper ID, nor for any children under the age of 16.
The "America the Beautiful" National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass series, valid at over 2,000 federal recreation sites is an $80 Annual Pass. The series also includes a Lifetime Senior Pass and an Annual Senior Pass which may be purchased by U.S. citizens or permanent residents 62 years or older. The Lifetime Senior Pass is $80; the Annual Senior Pass is $20. There is also an Access Pass, which is available for free to U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities, and a Free Annual Pass for U.S. Military personnel. Passes are not sold or distributed at Cape Cod National Seashore during the winter months; passes may always be purchased online.
Passes may be purchased at Cape Cod National Seashore starting in spring 2017.
Some interpretive programs, including canoe trips, surfcasting, yoga, some hikes, family tidal programs, and the Beach Apparatus Drill, have fees. See specific program schedule information for costs and reservations policies.
Reservations and payments for interpretive programs are made through recreation.gov.
Fees & Passes
Last updated: August 28, 2017