All monument visitors are required to purchase a recreational use pass (entrance pass) upon entering Fort Pulaski National Monument.
Fort Pulaski National Monument participates in the congressionally authorized Federal Recreation Lands Enhancement Act. Under this program, parks keep 80% of all fees collected;the remaining 20% will be deposited in a special account to be used in parks where fees are not collected. Funds generated by the fees are used to accomplish projects the parks have been unable to fund through annual Congressional allocations. Entrance fees help support projects in the monument to improve the experience for visitors. For more information, call (912) 786-4383.
Electronic Passes Available Through Recreation.gov
Purchase digital park entrance passes on Recreation.gov at no additional cost.
Forms of Payment
Acceptable forms of payment for Fort Pulaski National Monument's entrance fees and passes include cash, credit cards, traveler's checks, money orders, cashier's checks, gift checks, personal checks, and business checks.
Annual and Lifetime Passes
Fort Pulaski National Monument recognizes the Fort Pulaski Annual Pass and the Interagency Annual and Lifetime Passes as valid entry. Learn more about annual and lifetime passes.
Fee Free Days
America's Best Idea - the national parks - is even better when it's free! Several days throughout the year have been designated as fee free days at your national parks including Fort Pulaski National Monument. On these days entrance fees will not be charged. Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free dates in 2020 and 2021!
Academic Fee Waivers
National Park Service regulations allow school groups and other bona fide national and international academic institutions to obtain a waiver for park entrance fees, provided that the visit is for educational or scientific purposes, and the resources or facilities the group proposes to use support those purposes. Learn more about academic fee waivers.
A Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) is a business permit with the National Park Service. It authorizes you to conduct commercial activities and to provide specific visitor services within a national park. For more information about CUAs, visit our Commercial Use Authorization page.
Last updated: September 25, 2020