Some commercial, recreational and research activities are allowed on national wildlife refuges only with a special use permit issued by the local office, and are subject to specific conditions and fees. This permit requirement is meant to ensure that all activities at the federal site are...
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Some 30 national wildlife refuges charge visitors a nominal entrance fee (generally $3-$5 daily) to cover road and facility maintenance. If you are a regular visitor or would like to visit other public lands, you could save by buying an America the Beautiful Federal...
The Every Kid Outdoors program allows 4th-graders to see America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free.
Annual 4th Grade Pass
Cost: Free, non-transferable, valid for the duration of the 4th-grade schoolyear though the following summer (September-August...
Land Management and Conservation Assistance
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