Entrance Fees - Weekly
1-7 Day Vehicle Entrance - $30.00
Admits one single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers
1-7 Day Motorcycle Entrance - $25.00
Admits one single, private, non-commercial motorcycle and its riders.
1-7 Day Individual Entrance - $15.00
Admits one individual when entering on foot or bicycle. Individuals 15 years of age and younger are admitted free.
1-7 Day Boating Entrance - $30.00
Admits one single private vessel. If a Senior Pass is presented at time of purchase, the boat entrance fee is $15.00 and good for 1-7 Days.
1-7 Day Boating Entrance additional vessel - $30.00
Admits one single private vessel on the same trailer as a vessel paying full entry fees
Buy Your Digital Pass From Recreation.gov
Get a head start on your visit to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. If you or your boat plan to only visit for 1-7 days, enjoy the convenience of purchasing then printing your pass before you arrive. Show the printout or pass confirmation on your phone to the booth attendant so you can get to your Glen Canyon adventure faster.
Learn more about your pass options, find the right pass for you, and hit the button to buy then print your pass online.
Entrance Fees - Annual Passes
Automated Fee Machine
When a fee booth is closed, you can pay your entrance fee to the automated fee machine on site. If you have experienced difficulties with an automated fee machine and have reason to believe it will result in unwarranted or incorrect charges to your credit card, please call us at 928-608-6200.
Your Fee Dollars at Work
What happens to the money you pay at the entrance stations? We put it toward projects that benefit you, the visitor! Learn about some of the exciting projects we would not be able to do without these funds.
Commercial Tour Fees
Fees are assessed based on the passenger capacity of the vehicle.
Academic Fee Waiver
Schools and other bona fide academic institutions conducting non-commercial educational outings may request an Academic Fee Waiver for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
Special Park Uses
Some activities require a special use permit. Examples include commercial photography and filming, fishing tournaments, weddings and other large group gatherings, and 1st Amendment activities (public assemblies, demonstrations, etc.). To find out more, visit our special use permit page.
Charles Hall Ferry
Entrance fees do not include ferry charges. For more information on the ferry between Halls Crossing and Bullfrog, call the Utah Department of Transportation in state at 511 or out of state at 1-866-511-UTAH, 435-893-4747, or visit the UDOT website.
Fee-Free Days 2023
Come experience the national parks! On six days in 2023, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. Mark your calendar for these entrance fee–free dates in 2023:
Glen Canyon offers developed campgrounds, primitive campgrounds and beach camping. Details about each campground available on the Camping page.
Camping is limited to 14 consecutive days and 30 days total per season.
Lees Ferry Campground
Stanton Creek, Farley Canyon, and Dirty Devil
Lone Rock Beach
Glen Canyon Backcountry (Including Lake Powell Shoreline)
Camping is not subject to fee waivers. A 50% discount applies to holders of the Senior or Access Pass. The holder of the pass must occupy the discounted site.
Additional developed campgrounds, operated by Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas, are available at Wahweap, Bullfrog, Hite, and Halls Crossing.
Backcountry camping in the Orange Cliffs area of Glen Canyon requires a backcountry permit from Canyonlands National Park.
No camping is permitted at Rainbow Bridge National Monument.
Last updated: December 13, 2022