National Parks Pass for Seniors

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Amie Clark

Amie has been writing about senior care products and services for the last decade. She is particularly passionate about new technologies that help improve the quality of life for seniors and their families. Seeing her parents and grandparents age made Amie ask herself, “Would this be good enough for my loved ones?” In her spare time, Amie enjoys outdoor adventures and spontaneous road trips. Learn more about Amie here

16 Comments

  1. I have a senior pass that I have had for several years that was free. Can I still use it for free entrance? It was a lifetime pass.
  2. Coming to the zoo when I was a little kid was born and raised in enjoy coming to the Oakland Zoo that is my favorite Zoo
  3. We are planning next fall going out west,Badlands, Custer National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons. Just wanted to know if these are included and what other National Parks might be included. Thank You
    1. All National Parks are included. I believe Custer is a state park. We have visited that area twice in 5 years. Even though it is a three day trip for us by camper. It is more than worth the trip. South Dakota is a hidden gem.
  4. I have the paper hangtag but have lost my display card. How do I get another one. It would be nice to be able to speak with someone on the phone
    1. I had my senior pass in my wallet While l was in the hospital someone stole my wallet. I would like to replace it . How do l do that .
  5. You say you can buy a Seniors Pass for $10. I just visited another sight a few minutes ago which said to replace my misplaced Gold Senior Pass, which I was issued in 2006, it would cost $70. Where do I go to get another pass for $10?
    1. The price of a lifetime pass went up to $80. If that is hard to do you can purchase a senior pass for $20 each year. When you have 4 you can turn them in for a lifetime pass. That pass is Good for you and your spouse.
  6. Diane and Martha, The senior pass is good at all federal lands, so any national park or other park managed by the US federal government. That would exclude state parks, county parks, etc. Here’s a more useful explanation: https://www.tripsavvy.com/how-to-purchase-the-senior-pass-3361867 Of course, how useful it will be to you is presently (16 January 2019) dependent upon the current president deciding to reopen our government.
  7. We are traveling next year out west. We plan on visiting the Badlands, Custer National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons. Just wanted to know if these are included and what other National Parks might be included. Thank You

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