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Entrance Fees

Please bring cash or a check to purchase passes.

 

Entrance Fee Options*  Cost  Can be used by:   Allows entry to:  Good for: 

 
Single Visit Entrance Fee $4.00/car or each motorcycle
$2.00/bike
$2.00/hike 
Anyone
Under 16 years old - free
Bombay Hook Refuge Daily

 
Bombay Hook Refuge Pass $12.00/year Anyone Bombay Hook Refuge 1 year from issue date

 
Commercial Van & Bus Tours $20.00/bus - 20 people or less
$30.00/bus - over 20 people 
Anyone Bombay Hook Refuge Daily

 
Interagency Annual Pass $80.00/year
effective 1/1/07 
Anyone
Under 16 years old - free
Access to and use of NPS,
USDA FS, FWS, BLM and
reclamation sites that charge entance fee. 
1 year from issue date

 
Interagency Senior Pass      $10.00 U.S. Citizens or Permanent
Residents Age 62 & older
Access to and use of NPS, USDA FS,
FWS, BLM and Reclamation sites that
charge entance fee. Plus 50% Discount
on some expanded amenity fees.
Lifetime

 
Interagency Access Pass FREE U.S. Citizens or Permanent
Residents Who are
Permanently Disabled
 All Federal Entrance Fee Areas.
Plus 50% Discount on some
expanded amenity fees.
Lifetime

 
Federal Duck Stamp $15.00/year Anyone All National Wildlife Refuges which
charge entrance fees.
1 year (July 1
- June 30)

 
Interagency Volunteer Pass FREE Volunteers who have
accumulated 250 hours
after 1/1/07
Access to and use of NPS,
USDA FS, FWS, BLM and
Reclamation sites that charge entrance fee.
 

 
Annual Military Pass
(Call before you come.
Pass must be issued by staff
302-653-9345.)
FREE ACTIVE DUTY
Military members and dependents.
Must have DOD ID (CAC Card)
or DOD ID (DD Form 1173)
Access to and use of NPS, USDA,
FS, FWS, BLM and
Reclmation sites that charge entrance fee.
1 year from issue date

 

 

*Allows entry of permit holder and three adult passenger in a non-commercial vehicle (passenger car, pick-up truck, recreational vehicle). Children under 16 are admitted free. Motorcycles are individual vehicles; however, if two individuals have signed an annual pass and are traveling on separate motorcycles, then both can be admitted on one pass.

Last Updated: Apr 09, 2013
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