Passes & Permits

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Due to current U.S. Department of Agriculture COVID-19 restrictions, Manti-La Sal National Forest offices remain closed to the public. To request a forest product permit for the Manti-La Sal National Forest, please call the District you are planning to collect from and leave a voicemail with a name and good call back phone number. Please see processing timeline and plan requests accordingly. Employees will process requests and take payments for permits over the phone Mondays thru Wednesdays only, during regular business hours from 8 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4:30 pm. To maintain COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, all permits will be mailed. Upon requesting a permit, please allow the Forest 7-10 business days to mail the permit.

 

The Manti-La Sal Nation Forest is proud to provide numerous forest products to the public, including firewood & Christmas tree permits, rock collecting opportunities, posts/poles/seed permits, etc. For detailed information regarding forest product permits, go here

Although you do not need a pass to enter the Manti-La Sal National Forest, our offices do sell passes to enter state and national parks.

Types of passes include:

  • Volunteer Pass (Free)
  • Access Pass (Free)
  • Annual Pass ($80)
  • Senior Pass ($20)
  • Senior Lifetime Pass ($80)

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We also offer Every Kid Outdoor passes for 4th graders. These are free to any 4th grader for that year and allows them to enter state and national parks for free, as well as get a free Christmas Tree Permit. For more information for these passes, go here.

 

 

Each year, the Forest Service receives thousands of individual and business applications for authorization for use of National Forest Service land for such activities as water transmission, agriculture, outfitting and guiding, recreation, telecommunication, research, photography and video productions, and granting road and utility rights-of-ways. The Forest Service carefully reviews each application to determine how the request affects the public's use of NFS land. Normally, NFS land is not made available if the overall needs of the individual or business can be met on non-federal lands. For more information on these special uses, go here.