Can you use a National Parks pass at Red Rocks?

Can you use a National Parks pass at Red Rocks?

Can you use a National Parks pass at Red Rocks?

Like the America the Beautiful Pass, the Every Kid Outdoors pass can be used wherever the Red Rock Pass is accepted for parking and entry to Coconino National Forest recreation sites.

Can you use America the Beautiful Pass in Sedona?

Visiting Sedona Since it is a national forest, we could use our America Beautiful Pass as our parking ticket and didn’t have to pay an extra penny.

Can you use National Park pass in Sedona?

A Red Rock Pass is a user/parking permit that is required when you are visiting the Sedona trails system on the National Forest Land. The Red Rock Pass is $5 for the day, $15 for seven days or $20 for the year.

Do I need a parking pass to hike in Sedona?

No, you do not need a pass. However, if you want to hike in Red Rock Country you may need a RedRock Pass. (Not all trailheads require a pass.)

Do you need a Red Rock Pass for Devil’s Bridge?

Fee: If you park at the Dry Creek Road/Chuckwagon trail parking lot, you will need a $5 Red Rock Pass. If you drive to Devil’s Bridge trailhead or use the Mescal trail, you don’t need the Red Rock Pass.

What does the America the Beautiful Pass cover?

Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees (day use fees) at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

How much does it cost to get into Red Rock State park?

Hours & Pricing Entrance Fees: Adult (ages 14+): $7/day. Youth (ages 7 – 13): $4/day.

How much does a Red Rock Pass cost in Sedona?

The Red Rock Passes are sold in three options: Daily for $5. Weekly for $15. Annually for $20. Grand Annual Pass for $40 (Only sold at Visitor Center at 331 Forest Road in Sedona, Grasshopper Point, Crescent Moon Ranch, and West Fork)

Where is the best place to park at Red Rocks?

Red Rocks Parking: Lower South Lots

  • Lower South Lot 1: This is the party lot at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
  • The Lower South Lot 2: This is where all party busses and large limos will park, and is also one of the biggest tailgate areas at Red Rocks.