Entrance Fees and Passes
The entrance fee is $10.00 per person for visitors 16 years of age and older. This fee is good for 7 days. Be sure to check our Fee Free days announcements via this link: Free Entrance Days in the National Parks
Green fee envelopes are available at all trailheads or at the Pine Springs visitor center. Fees may be paid by cash or credit card at the visitor center or by cash at any trailhead. Fill out the appropriate information on the front of the green fee envelope, place cash or credit card receipt in the envelope, seal, and remove the detachable stub. Deposit the green fee envelope at any trailhead collection safe or at the visitor center during open hours (daily, 8a to 4:30p). Either a green fee entry stub or a current pass (see below) must be displayed and visible in your vehicle for the duration of your visit in the national park.
All federal lands passes are issued and accepted at Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Passes are non-transferable.
Please Note: Annual, Military Annual, Senior Annual, Senior Lifetime, Volunteer Annual, Guadalupe Mountains National Park Annual, Every Kid in a Park/4th grade, and Access Passes cover entrance fees; however, please fill out a green fee envelope and write the pass type and number in the space provided OR use a pass hangtag available from the Pine Springs visitor center. Green fee envelopes are located at the Pine Springs visitor center, Dog Canyon, Frijole Ranch, and McKittrick Canyon as well as at all the trailheads.
Educational Group Fee Waivers
Entrance fee waivers are available to groups when the purpose of their visit is educational rather than recreational. More...
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Last updated: February 4, 2021