Red Rock Pass Program
- About the Red Rock Pass Program
- Where is a Red Rock Pass Required?
- Red Rock Pass & Other Recreation Pass Options
- Which Pass Should I Choose?
The Red Rock Pass is a conservation tool designed to protect, enhance, and maintain awe-inspiring landscapes for the American public today and into the future.
If you leave your vehicle while recreating at a fee site, you must purchase a recreation pass. See fee site locations mapped on page 3 of the Red Rock Recreation Guide
- Banjo Bill
- Bell Rock Vista
- Cathedral Rock
- Courthouse Butte
- Doe/Bear Mountain
- Honanki Heritage Site
- Jim Thompson
- Little Horse
- Midgley Bridge
- Palatki Heritage Site (reservation required at 1-877-444-6777 or www.recreation.gov)
- V Bar V Heritage Site
- Yavapai Vista
If purchasing a Red Rock Pass online, no printed copy of the pass will be available. Instead, your license plate number will be used to confirm compliance. If you purchase a Red Rock Annual Pass and no longer have the vehicle associated with the pass, contact the Recreation.gov Help Center and request a modification.
Daily Red Rock Pass $5 one calendar day
Weekly Red Rock Pass $15 seven consecutive days
Annual Red Rock Pass $20 twelve consecutive months
The daily, weekly, and annual Red Rock Pass provide access if you leave your vehicle while recreating at one of the fee sites. However, it does not include access to concessionaire-fee sites: Beaver Creek, Call of the Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch, Grasshopper Point, and state parks.
Grand Annual Red Rock Pass $45 twelve consecutive months
The Grand Annual hangtag pass includes access to fee sites and concessionaire-fee sites: Call of the Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch, and Grasshopper Point. It is sold only at the concessionaire-fee sites and visitor centers. The Grand Annual is only available as a hangtag; it does not include access to state parks.
America The Beautiful - Federal Recreational Lands Pass Includes access to fee sites. However, it does not include entry to concessionaire-fee sites: Beaver Creek, Call of the Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch, Grasshopper Point, and state parks.
Fee-Free Days The Coconino National Forest waives recreation pass fees to celebrate holidays. However, it does not include free access to concessionaire-fee sites: Beaver Creek, Call of the Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch, Grasshopper Point, and state parks.
|Are you...||Recommended Pass||Price and Notes|
|A U.S. resident 62 or older?||America The Beautiful Senior Pass||$80 lifetime pass or $20 for an annual pass|
|A U.S. resident with a permanent disability?||America The Beautiful Access Pass||Free - documentation is required|
|A current U.S. Military, Dependent, Gold Star family member or Veteran?||America The Beautiful||Free - documentation is required|
|A U.S. 4th Grader?||Every Kid Outdoors Pass||Free for fourth graders and their families|
|A frequent visitor to National Forests and other federal recreational lands?||America The Beautiful Annual Pass||$80 annually|
|Visiting for a day?||Daily Red Rock Pass||$5 per calendar day|
|Visiting for a week or less?||Weekly Red Rock Pass||$15 for seven consecutive days|
|Visiting for more than a week? A frequent visitor? A local?||Annual Red Rock Pass||$20 for twelve consecutive months|
|A frequent visitor to concessionaire-fee sites areas, such as Call of the Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch, or Grasshopper Point?||Grand Annual Red Rock Pass||$45 for twelve consecutive months|