Crater Lake National Park Fees

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Park Fees

Crater Lake National Park is a part of the US National Park Service group of parks and monuments. As such, a fee is charged for entrance into the park. In addition, fees are also charged for the use of the campgrounds and for special programs including bus tours. Read More

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Nearly all of the entrance fees collected from visitors to Crater Lake National Park remain at the Park to be used for local projects, including upgrading restrooms, constructing new boat docks and the improvement of trails. Currently a seven-day pass is $10.00 per vehicle. A seven-day pass for pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, or members of non-commercial organized groups is currently $5.00. Children under 16 years old are entitled to free entry. The Crater Lake annual pass, valid for entry to the park for one full year from the date of purchase, is $20.

The rate for entrance for commercial vehicles is as follows:

Capacity of 1 to 6 individuals - $25.00 + passenger fee ($5.00)
Capacity of 7 to 15 individuals - $75.00
Capacity of 16 to 25 individuals - $100.00
Capacity of 26 or more individual - $200.00

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