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Contact: Christopher M Amidon, 906-482-0984
HOUGHTON, MI – The Ranger III, the National Park Service’s ferry to and from Isle Royale, has been sailing under the same fare structure since 2013. Isle Royale National Park is now proposing to update the Ranger III passenger and freight fares for 2018, and encourages the public to comment on these proposed changes before a final decision is made. The comment period is open until December 8, 2017.
The proposed fare changes include:
- One-Way Low Season Adult Fare: $55 (up from $53 in 2017)
- One-Way High Season Adult Fare: $70 (up from $63 in 2017)
- One-Way All Season Child Fare: $35 (up from $23 in 2017)
- One-Way Canoe/Kayak Fare: $30 (up from $22 in 2017)
- One-Way Boat (less than 18’01”) Fare: $100 (up from $90 in 2017)
- One-Way Boat (18’01” – 20’00”) Fare: $150 (up from $140 in 2017)
- Keweenaw Waterway Cruise Adult Fare: $30 (up from $20 in 2017)
- Keweenaw Waterway Cruise Child Fare: $15 (up from $5 in 2017)
For the full Ranger III passenger and freight proposed fare structure visit: https://www.nps.gov/isro/planyourvisit/ranger-iii-2018-fare-comparison.htm.
To comment, stop by the Houghton Visitor Center Monday through Friday, 8:15 am to 4:15 pm, or go online at: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/ranger3fares
All Ranger III fares stay within the park, help to maintain the vessel, pay staffing costs, and provide services for the public. The proposed fare change would take effect starting January 2, 2018.
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