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Denali Seeks Input on Proposal to Simplify Entrance Fees

Denali National Park and Preserve is seeking public input on a proposal to simplify the entrance fee structure. Currently the park charges entrance fees of $10 per person, $20 per vehicle, and $15 per motorcycle. The National Park Service is proposing to collect only the $10 per person entrance fee, effective January 1, 2012. The vast majority of the park's visitors do not travel into the park in vehicles or motorcycles during the main visitor season (mid-May through mid-September), and this has created an inconsistency in how the fees are being accounted.

The fee is valid for seven days. There is no entrance fee for visitors who are age 16 or younger. The park will continue to honor the Interagency Federal Recreation Passes such as the Annual, Senior, and Access Pass, and the Denali Annual Pass. Each of these passes provides entry for the cardholder and up to three other adults.

The majority of the money collected through entrance fees remains in the park to be used for projects to improve visitor services and facilities.

Comments on this proposal to change the entrance fee structure may be submitted through Sunday, October 30, 2011, preferably via email.

Comments may also be faxed to (907) 683-9610 or mailed to:

Superintendent
ATTN: Entrance Fee
P.O. Box 9
Denali Park, AK 99755

If you have any questions about the proposed changes to the entrance fee structure, please contact Jasmine Horn, Fee Business Manager, at (907) 683-6554 or via email.

Additional park information is available on the park website or by calling (907) 683-9532 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm daily. Stay connected with "DenaliNPS" on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and iTunes.


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Image of footprint found in Denali National Park and Preserve
Did You Know?
Did you know that in the summer of 2005 a footprint of a dinosaur was found in Denali National Park? The print has been identified as belonging to a three toed foot of a Cretaceous Theropod.
 

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