National Park Access
Free national parks pass for people with disabilities
Spring's almost here, so get out and enjoy the great outdoors! And now, people with disabilities can enjoy federal recreation sites for free.
When you visit a federal recreation site, just present some documentation of disability status and ask for the free Access Pass. Documentation includes a physician's statement, or a document issued by a State or Federal agency like the Veteran's Administration, Social Security Disability Income, Supplemental Security Income, or a vocational rehabilitation agency. The pass gives you and three adults free admission to federal recreation sites around the country, and it's good for life!
The six agencies that participate in the Interagency Pass Program are:
- National Park Service
- U.S. Forest Service
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Bureau of Land Management
- Bureau of Reclamation
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Plan Your Adventure
Ready to head out or want to learn more about any one of America's
national parks? Select a park from the map or drop-down menu.
Looking for ideas? Whether it's local free time or vacation, go with the
national parks for some of the most satisfying adventures. Open year round,
national parks offer events and activities across the country.
Browse our monthly Getaway Series for inspiration or explore other ways to enhance your national park
- follow an archeology travel journey
- explore a national heritage area
- try a Shared Heritage journey
- save some money and visit on one of the days we waive entrance fees
- volunteer to help us take care of the national parks while you're here
Not sure where to start? Try these travel tips to experience the best that the national parks can offer. There's an adventure out there for everyone—plan yours soon!