Sequoia/Kings Canyon NP Additions and Corrections

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tarol - Jan 4, 2007 11:12 pm - Voted 10/10

No more such a thing as a National Park Pass

Now there is a $80 America the Beautiful Federal Lands Recreation Pass good for entrance to all National Parks, National Forests, BLM, US Fish & Wildlife, and Bureau of Reclamation sites for one year from date of purchase. If you're disabled, you may want to get an Access Pass which are free and good for a lifetime. If you're 62 years of age or older, a Senior Pass can be purchased for $10 and they're also good for a lifetime. Click here for more info on fees and passes.

Existing National Park Passes and Golden Age/Access/and Eagle Passes will be honored until they expire.


Langenbacher - Jan 13, 2007 12:21 am - Hasn't voted

Re: No more such a thing as a National Park Pass

Thanks - I updated the "Red Tape" section.

Dave Daly

Dave Daly - Oct 3, 2007 12:12 pm - Hasn't voted


If your mentioning only the Sequoia NP boundries and leading particular for the area, I should mention that Courtright is not within it's boundries but rather Sierra National Forest boundries.

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