National and State Parks are open based on local conditions. Before visiting, please check the park website to determine its operating status and regulations due to COVID-19.
Travel easy and save time! Buy a pass before your trip and you can stop at any federal recreation area—even where there’s no agent selling passes at the gate. And at busy National Parks that have them, you can use the express lane for pass holders and get a head start on your adventure.
Visiting National Parks and National Forests in multiple states?
Best value to over 2,000 sites! Pays for itself in just 3 visits as National Parks such as Grand Canyon, Yosemite, or Yellowstone each charge a $35 entrance fee.
Hiking National Forests in one state only?
From southwestern desert to alpine tundra, immerse yourself in a landscape of unique red-hued rock formations that beckon for an easy walk or challenging hike.
From rugged ocean coast to lush, moss-draped forests to the snow-capped volcanic peaks of the Cascades Mountains, explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest National Forests in Oregon and Washington.
Featuring diverse landscape and ecosystems, Southern California's four National Forests offer unparalleled beauty and some of the nation’s best nature-based recreation.
The White Mountain National Forest is home to 48 peaks over 4,000 feet. Sublime views, wooded forest, crystal clear lakes, and dramatic waterfalls await. A kaleidoscope of colors in fall.