National Accomplishment Reports
Reports to Congress include information on all federal agencies that charge fees under the Recreation Enhancement Act. Reports to Congress are required beginning May 2006 and every three years thereafter.
- 2015 Fourth Triennial Report to Congress (2.6 MB, PDF)
- 2012 Third Triennial Report to Congress - May 2012 (4,240 KB, PDF)
- 2009 Second Triennial Report to Congress - June 2009 (2.0 MB, PDF)
- 2005 First Triennial Report to Congress - May 2006 (1.6 MB, PDF)
Fee revenues make a difference.
The majority of proceeds from recreation fees and passes goes right back into maintaining and improving the things you use most like bridges, buildings, trails, boat ramps, and visitor centers. Funds also provide services like interpretive tours and cleaning up sites.
Check out these quick snapshots below showing the kinds of work done with your fees. For a more comprehensive understanding of how much was collected and how it was used, check out the national, regional and local accomplishment reports.
Review regional and forest projects and see how fee revenue is spent.
- Region 1 - Northern Region Accomplishments
- Region 2 - Rocky Mountain Region Accomplishments
- Region 3 - Southwestern Region Accomplishments
- Region 4 - Intermountain Region Accomplishments
- Region 5 - Pacific Southwest Region Accomplishments
- Region 6 - Pacific Northwest Region Accomplishments
- Region 8 - Southern Region Accomplishments
- Region 9 - Eastern Region Accomplishments
- Region 10 - Alaska Region Accomplishments