Tule Lake National Monument does not collect an entrance fee.
There is no fee for Tule Lake National Monument.
If you plan to visit other National Park Service sites, go to National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass page to learn about park passes.
Entrance fees are collected at nearby Lava Beds National Monument, Crater Lake National Park and Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Entrance fees at all National Park Service sites will be waived on the following days in 2022:
Fee Free Days 2022:
Monday, January 17 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Saturday, April 16 – First Day of National Park Week
Thursday, August 4 – Great American Outdoors Act anniversary
Wednesday, August 25 – National Park Service Birthday
Saturday, September 24 – National Public Lands Day
Friday, November 11 – Veterans Day
Camping and other user fees apply. Enjoy your parks!
Within the Tule Lake National Monument you can find many places that can be ideal for a variety of special activities. Most special events and activities held within the park require a Special Use Permit. These permits are issued and approved only after National Park Service staff determines that the activity will not impair park values, resources, and visitor enjoyment.
The goal of the park in issuing a permit is to maintain public health and safety, protect environmental or scenic values, protect natural or cultural resources, allow for equitable allocation and use of facilities, or avoid conflict among visitor use activities.
Last updated: August 19, 2022