National Park Service Considers Price Hikes

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The National Park Service is considering price hikes at 17 of its parks, attributing a strong need for improvements.

National park entrance fees — charged at 118 of our nation’s 417 national parks and sites — would increase from about $25-$30 to $70 under the proposal.

If the rate hike proposal is approved, price increases will go into effect at the following parks in 2018:

Arches
Bryce Canyon
Canyonlands
Denali
Glacier
Grand Canyon
Grand Teton
Olympic
Sequoia & Kings Canyon
Yellowstone
Yosemite
Zion
Acadia
Mount Rainier
Rocky Mountain
Shenandoah
Joshua Tree

–Amanda Norcross

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