Ways to Pay Fees

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List of all Saguaro National Park Fees and Passes

It's always good to plan ahead. If you are entering the park in the Rincon Mountain District (East), you pass by the park entrance station at the beginning of the Cactus Forest Loop Drive. Fee collectors are on duty mostly during normal business hours. If you enter the park in the Tucson Mountain District (West), park fee collectors are stationed in the Red Hills Visitor Center.

If you have a valid Interagency Pass (Annual, Senior, 4th Grade, Access or Military) or a valid Saguaro National Park Annual Pass, you do not need to pay. Just keep your pass with you. You do not need to display it in your vehicle in Saguaro National Park.
 
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If you arrive early, late or when there is no fee collector on duty, you can pay your entrance fees by cash or credit card at the honor stations. They are located next to the entrance station in the Rincon Mountain District (East) and next to the Red Hills Visitor Center in the Tucson Mountain District (West). Just fill out the envelope provided at the honor station and tear of the receipt to keep with you. If you have a valid Interagency Pass (Annual, Senior, 4th Grade, Access or Military) or a valid Saguaro National Park Annual Pass, you do not need to pay or fill out an envelope. Just keep your pass with you. You do not need to display it in your vehicle in Saguaro National Park.
 
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At our visitor centers, entrance station and most trailheads, you have the option of paying electronically online using your smart phone or mobile device. Look for this sign with the QR barcode on it. Either scan the barcode or go to the web address on the sign to pay.

You can also pay online before even arriving in the park. Go to our Saguaro National Park website under Plan Your Visit, Basic Information, Fees and Passes. Remember that your 7-day pass will begin on the day you purchase it.

If you have a valid Interagency Pass (Annual, Senior, 4th Grade, Access or Military) or a valid Saguaro National Park Annual Pass, you do not need to pay. Just keep the pass with you. You do not need to display it in your vehicle in Saguaro National Park.
 
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Are you interested in purchasing an Interagency Pass or Saguaro National Park Annual Pass? They can be purchased during your visit to the park or online. Go to our Saguaro National Park website under Plan Your Visit, Basic Information, Fees and Passes for details.

Last updated: March 8, 2019

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