Yosemite National Park’s entrance fee has been reduced to $25 for a seven-day pass for private vehicles from November through March. Fees will also be waived in honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
The reduced entrance fee aims to encourage visitation to Yosemite National Park outside of the busy summer season. The private vehicle entrance fee is $30 from April through October.
Yosemite National Park raised entrance fees earlier this year as part of a national initiative to standardize park entrance fees across the country. The park adopted a seasonal entrance fee based on input received from the public during the park’s civic engagement period.
Fees being waived for Veterans Day include the park entrance only. All other fees associated with camping, lodging, or activities within the park are not waived. The fee waiver is good for Veterans Day only.
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