National Forest Adventure Pass

National Forest Adventure Pass

Available at all Adventure 16 Stores

National Forest passes cover recreation fees found at federal recreation areas such as national forests and grasslands. They also can be used at national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands. They cover the use of facilities and services at many day-use sites on US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands.

Single-Day Pass: $5

Yearly Pass $30

2nd Vehicle Pass: $5

(must be purchased in conjunction with annual vehicle pass)


OTHER OPTION (Available online or at most national forest or grassland offices. Passes issued through USGS have a $10 processing fee.)

Interagency Annual Pass $80 – Your best value if you plan to visit many different federal lands across the nation that include lands managed by other federal agencies-

Interagency Senior Pass: $10 – until Aug. 27, 2017. Beginning Aug. 28, 2017, the price will be $20 for an Annual Senior Pass and $80 for a Lifetime Senior Pass.

Interagency Access PassFREE – Must have a medical determination and documentation of blindness or permanent disability

Interagency Annual Military Pass: FREE for active military personnel and their dependents.

Interagency Volunteer Pass:  FREE for U.S. citizens or permanent residents who individually accrue 250 volunteer hours.

"Every Kid in a Park" Pass: FREE – Gives 4th graders access to 2,000-plus federal recreation sites. For details visit:  Every Kid in a Park website

Where do you need a National Forest Adventure Pass? Click here for map.