National Park Service announces 2014 schedule for fee-free days

Bryce Canyon National Park stock image, St. George News

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Park Service has announced dates for 2014’s fee-free days. Fees that are waived on these days include entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees. Other fees such as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees collected by third parties are not included unless stated otherwise.

2014 fee-free days schedule

  • Jan. 20 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Feb. 15-17 – Presidents Day weekend
  • April 19-20 – Opening weekend of National Park Week
  • Aug. 25 – National Park Service Birthday
  • Sept. 27 – National Public Lands Day
  • Nov. 11 – Veterans Day

If you’re planning a trip that includes multiple national parks including Bryce Canyon & Zion Canyon, you might consider the $80 annual pass that provides entrance to all national parks, national wildlife refuges, national forests, and many other federal lands – more than 2,000 in all. The America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass is offered free to all active duty military members and their dependents; seniors, 62 and older, may obtain a lifetime pass for $10, some restrictions apply. Information on these and other pass options is available online.

Golden Access and Golden Age Passports are no longer sold. However, according to the National Park’s pass webpage, these passes will continue to be honored according to the provisions of the pass.

Submitted by: National Park Service

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Bryce Canyon National Park stock image, St. George News
Bryce Canyon National Park file photo, St. George News

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3 Comments

  • priceofadmission December 30, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    Aside from the birkenstock and kayak bunch, it sure seems like we keep getting chased off those federal lands (ref. “national public lands day”).

    What’s to celebrate, since increasingly we can’t graze, hunt, harvest, mine, or ride?

  • Kirsten December 30, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    These days the only members of the public that can access our PUBLIC lands hug trees and rabbits. They have WAY too much control and need to be stripped of it.

  • bUB December 30, 2013 at 5:07 pm

    trust me there’s plenty of public land use being done by oil, gas, mining.

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