Fees & Passes

 

Entrance Fees For Devils Tower National Monument

Below are the standard entrance fees for the monument. The next section contains information on different annual and lifetime passes available at the park. Park entrance fees help support operations that directly benefit visitors. Learn more about how the park allocates your fee dollars.

Entrance Fee, 1-7 Day Vehicle Pass - $20.00

Fee for a single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers.

Entrance Fee, 1-7 Day Motorcycle Pass - $15.00

Fee for a single motorcycle and operator/passenger.

Entrance Fee, 1-7 Day Individual Permit - $10.00

Admits one individual when entering on foot or bicycle. Individuals 15 years of age or younger are admitted free. This may also be used to calculate cost for organized non-profit groups (service organizations, scout groups, religious groups, etc.)

Commercial Tours (seating capacity 1-6 people) - $25.00

These entrance fees are based upon the seating capacity of the commercial tour vehicle - not the actual number of passengers. The fee is $25 plus $5/person, not to exceed $40.

Commercial Tours (seating capacity 7-25 people) - $40.00

These entrance fees are based upon the seating capacity of the commercial tour vehicle - not the actual number of passengers.

Commercial Tours (seating capacity 26 or more people) - $100.00

These entrance fees are based upon the seating capacity of the commercial tour vehicle - not the actual number of passengers.

 

Academic Fee Waiver

If your group is visiting the park for educational purposes, you may be eligible for an academic fee waiver. Please download the fee waiver application, and submit it to the fee office (instructions are on the application form).
 
 
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A vehicle enters the park on a slow October day

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Devils Tower National Monument Annual Pass: $40

If you visit (or plan to) the Tower more than once per year, consider purchasing the park's annual pass. After two visits, it pays for itself! This is a great deal for those who live in the region. If you often bring visiting friends or family, climb at the Tower, or enjoy summer camping and ranger programs, the annual pass is the pass for you!

Interagency Passes

The National Park Service is part of the Interagency Pass Program, which offers several different passes. The passes detailed below may be valid for fees at many federal public lands, including those managed by the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and more.
 
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America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: Annual Pass ($80)


This pass is available to the general public and provides access and use of federal recreation sites that charge an entrance or standard amenity fee. Please visit the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) website for more information about passes, including purchasing the pass online. The pass can also be purchased at parks which have entrance fees, or by calling 1-888-ASK-USGS (275-8747), ext. 1.
 
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America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: Senior Pass ($20 annual or $80 lifetime)


Note that pricing for the Senior Pass changed on August 28, 2017.

This pass is for any U.S. resident or permanent citizen age 62 and over. It provides access and use of federal recreation sites that charge an entrance or standard amenity fee. Two versions are available: an annual pass for $20 and a lifetime pass for $80. Please visit the USGS website for more information about passes, including purchasing the pass online. The pass may also be purchased at parks which have entrance fees, or by calling 1-888-ASK-USGS (275-8747), ext. 1.

The Senior Pass also provides a 50% discount on certain amenities such as camping or boating. It typically does not offer a discount on concessionaire services. Enquire at the park for accurate information on which fees may be discounted.

The Senior Pass replaces the Golden Age Passport program; Golden Age Passports are still honored according to provisions of the pass, and paper passes may be exchanged for the new plastic Senior Pass.
 
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America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: Access Pass (Free)


This is a lifetime pass for any U.S. citizen or permanent resident with a permanent disability. Documentation is required to obtain the pass. It provides access and use of federal recreation sites that charge an entrance or standard amenity fee. Please visit the USGS website for more information about passes, including acceptable forms of documentation and obtaining the pass online. The pass may also be obtained at parks which have entrance fees, or by calling 1-888-ASK-USGS (275-8747), ext. 1.

The Access Pass also provides a 50% discount on certain amenities such as camping or boating. It typically does not offer a discount on concessionaire services. Enquire at the park for accurate information on which fees may be discounted.

The Access Pass replaces the Golden Access Passport program; Golden Access Passports are still honored according to provisions of the pass, and paper passes may be exchanged for the new plastic Access Pass.
 
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America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: Annual Pass for U.S. Military (Free)


This is an annual pass which covers the entrance or standard amenity fee for federal public lands. It is available only to active duty U.S. military personnel and their dependents (current CAC Card or qualified DD Form 1173 required). Please visit the USGS website for more information about the annual military pass.
 
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Every Kid In A Park - Annual Pass for 4th Grade Students (Free)


This pass is available to all U.S. 4th grade students (including home-school and free-choice learners 10 years of age). It is valid from September through August (the duration of the school year plus the following summer).

The pass is obtained after earning a voucher from the Every Kid In A Park website. You may also learn more about the Every Kid In A Park pass program on the USGS website.
 
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America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: Volunteer Pass (Free)


Volunteers provide valuable services across our public lands and through the agencies who manage them. Individuals who accrue 250 volunteer hours are awarded an annual pass for entrance into federal public lands. Visit the USGS website for more information about the Volunteer Pass.

People interested in volunteering at Devils Tower National Monument can contact the Chief of Interpretation at 307-467-5283 ext. 224

Last updated: August 1, 2018

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 10
Devils Tower, WY 82714

Phone:

(307) 467-5283 x635
Devils Tower National Monument Visitor Center Phone Number

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