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When you enter the Glen Canyon National Park you will be required to pay a national park use fees for vehicles and boats.  A regular entrance permit is good for 7 days, remember that!  If you are houseboating you will typically stay for 7 or 8 days.  So when you leave the park, remember, you cannot come back in without paying again.  This may seem obvious, but many groups will send a couple people into town to pickup some things at the store or fast food while others stay behind to clean up the boat, pack the RV, or  wait for others on the lake.  When they return to pick them up to go home they forget their pass has expired.  Bingo, another $15 please. 

Another tidbit to be aware of is toilets.  If you plan to camp on the shoreline of the lake you must have a toilet.  They will ask you to show your toilet at the entrance when you arrive.  If you get caught camping without a toilet you will be fined by the NPS rangers, it's a source of revenue. You might say that's a bunch of pooh.

The park entrance fees are as follows:

1-7 Day Vehicle Pass - $15
Admits one single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers.

1-7 Day Individual Permit - $7 per person
Admits one individual when entering on foot, bicycle, or motorcycle. Not to exceed $15 vehicle fee. Individuals 15 years of age and younger are admitted free.

Individual Permit (organized non-profit groups) - $7 per person
ONLY applies to organized non-profit groups (service organizations, scouts, religious groups, college/school groups not qualifying for a fee waiver). Individuals 15 years of age and younger are admitted free.

Glen Canyon NRA Annual Pass - $30
Allows unlimited entry to Glen Canyon for 12 months from month of purchase.  Does not include boats.

National Parks Pass - $50
Allows unlimited entry to all NPS areas (which charge entrance fees) for 12 months from first use of the pass.  Does not include boats.

Golden Eagle Hologram - $15
An upgrade to the National Parks Pass which allows unlimited entry to all federal fee areas (where entrance fees are charged). Expires at the same time as the NPP to which it is affixed.

Golden Age Passport - $10
A lifetime passport for all federal fee areas (where an entrance fee is charged). Issued to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are age 62 and over. Proof of age and residency is required. Pass must be obtained in person.

Golden Access Passport - FREE
Issued to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who have a permanent disability. The passport is a lifetime entrance pass to all federal fee areas (where an entrance fee is charged). Pass must be obtained in person. Age of individual is not a determining factor.

Commercial Tour Fees
Fees are assessed based on the passenger capacity of the vehicle.

  • Sedan 1-6 people $25 + $5 pp
  • Van/Bus 7-25 people $40
  • Motor Coach 26+ people $100

Boating

  • $30 - annual vessel permit valid from Jan 1- Dec 31 for each motorized vessel
  • $16 - valid 1-7 days for first motorized vessel
  • $8 - valid 1-7 days for each additional motorized vessel