Olympic National Park Entrance Fees / Cost & Permits

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Fees & Permits

Olympic National Park contains various unique ecosystems, including dense forests, alpine ridges, moss draped rainforests, and sandy beaches. There are many ranger stations, visitor’s centers, and maintained trails throughout the park so that visitors of all abilities can experience the park’s best sites and sounds. Olympic Highway, WA-101 circles Olympic National Park, therefore the park has many different entrance points. Read More

How much does it cost to visit Olympic National Park?

Entrance Fees (valid for 7 days):

Single visit (good for up to seven consecutive days at any Olympic National Park entrance.) 

  • Private Vehicle Permit: $15 
  • Individual Permit (hiker, biker): $5 
  • Children: Ages 15 years or younger are free 
  • Olympic National Park Annual Pass: The annual pass costs $30 and is good at any Olympic National Park entrance station for one year from the month of purchase.

Do I still have to pay for camping or lodging in Olympic National Park?

Yes, you do. There are 16 campgrounds and lodges within the park and they all charge fees. There are different fees for each campground ranging between $10.00 - $18.00. View the Olympic National Park website for specific details: http://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/camping.htm

Who can I call if I have more questions about park fees?

(360) 565-3130

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