Choosing a Pass

Difficulty Deciding?

To help you choose a pass, think about how often and where you recreate. If you are at least 62 or have a disability, you may quality for a lifetime pass. The decision tree below can assist you in deciding which pass is best for you.

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Are you at least 62 or do you have a disability?

 

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INTERAGENCY
LIFETIME PASS

62 years old or over?
Purchase a lifetime  Interagency Senior Pass.

Permanent disability?
May be eligible for a free Interagency Access Pass.

 

Lifetime passes--Intergency Senior Pass and Interagency Access Pass

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How often do you recreate?

 

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Do you recreate only a few time a year?

 

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DAY USE or WEEKLY PASS

Consider purchasing a one day use pass for a specific site every time you visit.

[Image] A daily and a weely Red Rock pass

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If you recreate often, where do you go?

 

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Do you recreate at one particular site?

For example: only at Red Rocks area or on the Tonto National Forest.

 

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Annual Pass

Consider purchasing an annual or weekly pass for the area you like to visit.

[image] examples of Southwestern Region annual passes

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Do you recreate on Federal government sites available coast to coast?

For example: at several National Forests AND several National Parks across the U.S.

 

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INTERAGENCY
ANNUAL PASS

Consider purchasing a Interagency Access Pass.

 

Interagency Annual Pass





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