Shenandoah National Park Permit Price Hike

By: Lauren Knight
By: Lauren Knight

February 28, 2006

Starting March 1, Shenandoah National Park will begin charging slightly higher fees for certain entrance permits.

Fee increases will apply to both the per-person and single, private vehicle permits.

Entrance fees will include the following options: Private, noncommercial vehicle $10 (7 days - December through February) Private, noncommercial vehicle $15 (7 days - March through November) Motorcycle - $10 (7 days - year round) Single entry (non-motorized) $5 (7 days - December through February) Single entry (non-motorized) $8 (7 days - March through November) Annual permit $30 (one year from month of purchase) National Parks Pass - $50 (valid for one year entry to all NPS units that charge an entrance fee).

Eighty percent of the fees collected stay in the park and go directly into improving facilities and providing services that are important to visitors.

Complete information on all of the campgrounds within the park is available at: www.nps.gov/shen/pphtml/camping


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