Fees & Passes

Beginning March 15, 2018,Greenbelt Park is going to be a cash free park.

The park will no longer sell the America the Beautiful Passes.
The Access, Every kid in a Park and Military passes will still be available at the Ranger Station near the campground.

The America the Beautiful passes are now available through March 14, 2018 at the Greenbelt Park Ranger Station (near the campground) seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Please call 301-344-3944 for more information.
Cash or check only - no credit cards. Exact change is appreciated.

How to purchase:

America the Beautiful Annual pass- $80
America the Beautiful Lifetime Senior pass- $80.
America the Beautiful Annual Senior Pass- $20

America the Beautiful Access pass- free for permanently disabled. U.S. Citizens only
America the Beautiful military pass- free to active military. U.S. Military only
Every Kid in a Park Plastic pass- You will need the paper pass to exchange for a plastic pass.


Campground Fees

Campground Reservations are required year round at Recreation.gov

Easy Steps for Campground Reservations
Make a site specific advance reservation online.
Link available at www.nps.gov/gree or by calling 1-877-444-6777
Arrive at the campground to your specific site. There will a Site Taken card the site with your name and dates reserved.

A sheet of the campground rules and regulations, park brochures are located at the bulletin board. The Ranger Station is open seven days a week 8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

If you do not have a reservation, you will need to book online at www.nps.gov/gree or call 1-877-444-6777 to make a reservation upon your arrival.
Our camground fee is $20 per site. $10 for Senior Pass and Access pass holders.

Park Rangers and/or Campground Hosts are available for your assistance.


Reserved Picnic Area- Holly and Laurel
Picnic reservations through Recreation.gov

99 or less- $100.
100- 149- $150.
150-200 $225.


4th Graders- This is your chance to get a FREE pass to National Parks.
The unlimited pass is good through August 31, 2017.

Everykidinapark.gov and earn your free paper pass. The paper pass can be used as your free pass or you can exchange the paper pass for a plastic pass. ( Greenbelt Park is one place you can exchange the paper pass for a plastic pass).

Park rangers will be visiting 4th grade classes and presenting a program on National Parks and rewarding all 4th grade class members with a Every Kid in a Park pass. Park Rangers are available for home school groups. Email Greenbelt Park if your 4th grade class would be interested in a park ranger visiting your classroom or home school group.

Park rangers will be presenting a Every Kid in a Park program at Greenbelt Park and presenting 4th graders with a pass at the end of the program. Check the park's calendar of events for the next Every Kid in a Park program


Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

6565 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770


(301) 344-3944

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