Fees & Passes
Your Fees Benefit the Park
Eighty percent of entrance fee dollars collected in Joshua Tree National Park stay in the park, funding important maintenance projects and visitor services. Learn more about how recreation fees support the operation of your national park.
Entrance Fee - $25.00
7-day vehicle permit, admitting the passengers of a single, non-commercial vehicle on the day of purchase and for the next six days.
Motorcycle or Bicycle Entrance Fee - $12.00
7-day entrance permit, per motorcycle or bicycle.
Walk-in Entrance Fee - $12.00
7-day entrance fee, per person on foot.
Non-commercial Groups - Per Person - $12.00
Per-person fee charged to non-commercial groups entering in a vehicle with a capacity of 16 passengers or more.
Annual and Lifetime Passes
Free Entrance Days
Come celebrate the National Park Service Centennial with us! Entrance to Joshua Tree and all other national park sites will be free on 10 days in 2017:
Commercial Tour Group Fees
Groups entering in a vehicle with a capacity of 16 passengers or more will pay an entrance fee of $12 per person on board, with the following exceptions:
Are you planning an educational trip for a school group? Find out if the group is eligible for an academic fee waiver.
Last updated: July 12, 2017