If you or your child have a disability, you can visit America’s national parks for free. With an America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass, a person with a permanent disability and up to three other adults (or a car load, if entrance fees are charged by the car load) can get in to over 2,000 U.S. recreation sites for free. Children under 16 always enter free. Just fill out an application HERE, bring proper documentation, and visit one of the many locations where passes are issued (see list of sites HERE). If you visit an issuing office in person, your Access Pass is free. Or, save yourself a trip and submit your application and documentation by mail, and receive your pass for just $10. In addition to free entry, an Access Pass also provides the pass owner a discount on expanded amenity fees such as camping, swimming, boat launching and tours at many sites. The Access Pass is a lifetime pass and does not expire.
For more information, visit: http://store.usgs.gov/pass/access.html.©
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